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General Delegation of Bohemia and Moravia (Czech Republic)

In 1411, The Province of Bohemia separated from the Upper German Province and become with the friaries of Prague (founded in 1347) and Tachov (1385), and other friaries in Poland, Bylorussia and Hungary. In 1440, after the war of the Hussars, the friaries of Bohemia were given back to the Upper German Province. In 1462, the Province of Poland and Bohemia was founded, and after the destruction of the Province during the Reformation, Bohemia was once again erected as a province in 1593. After many changes to its composition, the Province was suppressed by the Emperor Josef II in 1781. Towards the end of 1989, when the country finally won its freedom, normal communications were once again opened between the friars in Czech Rep. and the General Council of the Carmelite Order in Rome. At present the General Delegation of Bohemia and Moravia has about 17 religious working in the Czech Rep. and in Italy. For more informations: www.karmel.cz

KOSTELNÍ VYDŘÍ
Klášter karmelitánů
KOSTELNÍ VYDŘÍ 58
CZ - 38001 Dačice
Tel./Fax +420 384 420 119

OLOMOUC HEJČÍN
Konvent karmelitánů
Cyrilometodějské nám. 1,
CZ - 77900 OLOMOUC
Tel. +420 585 425 025

PRAHA - LIBOC
Konvent karmelitánů
Libocká 41
CZ - 16200 PRAHA 6 – LIBOC
Tel. +420 220 611 336

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