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B Eclav District: Mikulov, People from B Eclav District, Populated Places in B Eclav District, Karl Renner, Svratka, Franti Ek Erm K

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Published August 12th 2011
ISBN : 9781156414743
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26 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 24. Chapters: Mikulov, People from B eclav District, Populated places in B eclav District, Karl Renner, Svratka, Franti ek erm k, Klentnice, Lednice, Valtice, Novosedly, Pouzd any, Hustope e, B ez, Moravsk i kov, Velk B lovice, Doln Dunajovice, Hlohovec, Div ky, Dobr Pole, Brumovice, Bo etice, Drnholec, Boleradice, Bulhary, Brod nad Dyj, Borkovany, Lan hot, Klobouky u Brna, Peace of Nikolsburg, Moravsk Nov Ves, Bavory, Doln V stonice, Podiv n, Thaya, Jevi ovka, Jakub ebesta, Nov P erov, N m i ky, Strachot n, Leopold Adametz, Sedlec, Milovice, Horn Bojanovice, Velk Host r dky, Pavlov, Horn V stonice, Vrbice, P tluky, Popice, Hru ky, K epice, Velk N m ice, Uher ice, Kostice, Starovi ky, Kurd jov, Nikol ice, akvice, Kobyl, Ladn, Ka nice, T nec, Mork vky, Zaje, Starovice, Pern, Tvrdonice, Auspitz, akvice train disaster, MSK B eclav, Mikulov Castle, V stonice Reservoir, P edn kout, Velk Pavlovice, Krumv, itbo ice, Rakvice. Excerpt: Mikulov - a.new, #quickbar a.new/* cache key: enwiki: resourceloader: filter: minify-css:5: f2a9127573a22335c2a9102b208c73e7 */ Mikulov Mikulov CastleIn 1249, Ottokar II of Bohemia granted the land of Mikulov, including a castle, and the surrounding area to the Austrian noble Henry I of Liechtenstein. Mikulov remained in the Liechtenstein family until 1575, when it was purchased by Adam von Dietrichstein, the Emperors ambassador to the Spanish court. Mikulov was the site of the Treaty of Nikolsburg in 1621 during the Thirty Years War. After a fire damaged the original Mikulov Castle in 1719, the Dietrichstein family reconstructed the chateau to its present appearance. After the Austro-Prussian War, Count K rolyi began work on a peace treaty in Mikulov that led to the Treaty of Prague in...