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 The original residential unit current Přerov was located on the left bank Bečva in Předmostí.  Archeological researchs found extensive housing development.

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2  The original residential unit current Přerov was located on the left bank Bečva in Předmostí.  Archeological researchs found extensive housing development of mammoth hunters in years ago.  The first written mention of Přerov was in  Přemysl Otakar II. made Přerov on a city in  Author of a czech grammar, famous native of Přerov, diplomat and educationalist of the Unity of Brethren, Jan Blahoslav was born in 1526 in Přerov.  Jan Amos Komenský was his predecessor, teacher of nations, theologian, philosopher, studied in Přerov in the Unity of Brethren.  In 1887 was found museum J.A.Komenského. Jan Amos Komenský Jan Blahoslav

3  In the Czech republic, in Olomouc region, southeast from Olomouc in Hornomoravský úval on the river Bečva.  The area is ha, it is situated on 14 cadastral areas and 13 local parts.  The population of Přerov: Town emblem flag

4 Upper square - houses from the end of the 15th century. Town walls 1. Museum J. A. Komenského on the Upper square 2.

5 City park Michalov

6 Lagoons - quiet, recreation place

7 National nature reserve Žebračka – remnant floodplain forest in the basin Bečva, since 1949, the area is 228 ha

8 Ornithological Centre (Ornis) - was built in 1938 by Moravian Ornithological Society. The exhibition hall houses a unique exhibition The Birds of the Czech Republic.

9 archaeological diggins in Přerov - Předmostí – excavation sites mammoth bones, the most important diggins in Czech Republic

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