Village Nezdice and surroundings

A picturesque village in the Šumava foothill, land of Karel Klostermann not far from Kašperské Hory in the valley among forested mountains Javorník, Ždánov and Sedlo, altitude of village and surroundings is from 590 to 1000 m above sea level. To Nezdice belong parts Ostružno and Pohorsko.

Village is first mentioned in 1396, but real history of the village will be older. Concerning the position, life for locals was more complicated than in villages nerby the business roads. The name of the village says that original houses were wooden – not masoned (ne zděné).

In the centre there is a chapel from 1898 originally dedicted to virgin Mary, later to St. Anthony, with a bell from 1722. House No. 112 shows an original Šumava village timbered building.