Obec Slatina u Vysokeho Myta

The village of Slatina is located in the district of Ústí nad Orlicí in the Pardubice Region, about 3 km north of Vysoké Mýto. The dominant feature of the village is the church of St. Peter and Paul from the 13th century, which is due to its location on a hill visible from a wide area.

The oldest traces of human settlement in the Slatina area are documented by several archaeological finds. The first written sources from the 12th century prove that the area held by the Premonstratensian monastery in Litomyšl ended in close proximity. Slatina lies on one of the ways for settlers to penetrate from Loučná to Tichá Orlice in the Choceň region. The first historically documented owner of Slatina was Jan of Duban, a canon of the Litomyšl Episcopal Chapter in 1363. In the following centuries, Slatina often changed its owners. A more detailed description of Slatina dates from 1610, it is contained in the contract on the division of property of Hertvík Zejdlice. In 1849, the village was granted independence about its management, many reports have not been preserved. In 1989, Slatina lost its status as an independent municipality and was annexed with other villages to Vysoké Mýto. In 1990, the village regained its independence.

The following associations operate in the village - the Krylov Hunting Association, the Czech Breeders' Association and the Fire Brigade.

The municipal office can be found at Slatina 22, Ústí nad Orlicí district.

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