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Hlučín is a town in the Moravian-Silesian Region of the Czech Republic. It is the center of the Hlučín Region. The population was around 14,500 as of 2016. The current mayor in Hlučín is Mgr. Pavel Pashek.Hlučín was part of the Duchy of Opava before the latter was partitioned along the Opava River between Habsburg Austria and the Kingdom of Prussia in 1742 by the Treaty of Berlin after the First Silesian War. The town was administered within the Prussian Province of Silesia until 1920, when it was made part of Czechoslovakia following World War I. The transferral of the Hlučín Region sparked controversy between Germans, Czechs and Poles. After the Munich Agreement in 1938, Hlučín was annexed by Nazi Germany and again made part of Prussian Silesia, with its German name Hultschin restored to use. Hlučín was restored to Czechoslovakia in 1945 and its German inhabitants expelled.SubdivisionsThe villages Bobrovníky and Darkovičky belong to the town of Hlučín.Famous nativesA few of famous artists were born in Hlučín: Pavel Josef Vejvanovský-composer Paul Blashke- composer Bohumil Hynek Bílovský- writer Tomáš Xaver Laštůvka- writer Jan Boshenek- painter Jan Janda- painter
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