Uničov is now a small town located on the Haná plain about 22 km from Olomouc. But its medieval history in particular deserves your attention. Uničov used to be a royal town, it was founded in 1213. In 1223 they were a document of King Přemysl Otakar I, which thus became the first surviving town charter in the history of the Czech state. tolls, the law of the annual market, etc. The town hall tower is magnificent.
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