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Píšť (Czech Republic)
Opava okres, Moravia-Silesia region
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by Blas Delgado Ortiz, 10 Apr 2002
adopted 3 Apr 1996
Píšť municipality flag
Image after Petr Exner's Vexilologický Lexikon prapory obcí ČR (1996) -
Píšť, Opava district, Moravosilesian region - adopted 3 Apr 1996.
Number of inhabitants by 31.12. 2000: 2107. The first written trace
dated back to 1228. The village was founded by the Monastery of Velehrad.
The original name was Pieshc. About 1617 Bernart Lichnovský from Voštice
bought the village from the Manor of Hlučín. In 1909 the village was given
a new name: Pyscht. In 1910 the village was renamed again: Sandau. On 14
March 1923 Píšť was incorporated into the newly established republic -
Czechoslovakia. In 1938 the village was occupied by the German Army. On
20 April 1945 Píšť was liberated.
Jarig Bakker, 21 Apr 2002.
I've to correct the text about Píšť - Sandau. The village was never
occupied by the German Army! The Hultschiner Country was in Silesia in
the Prussia State and in 1938 came into the Reich.
The Hultschiner Country came unter Prussia in 1742. That means, the
People lived about 200 hundred years like Prussian.
Miroslav Herold, 10 Apr 2004
Píšť coat of arms
image from Ralf Hartemink's