Sázava is a river in the Czech Republic. It is a right tributary of the Vltava. Its length is , watershed area measures . The river Sázava emerges from Velké Dářko Lake and enters the Vltava in the municipality of Davle south of Prague (at the 78.3 kilometer of the Vltava).
Category:Rivers of the Central Bohemian Region Category:Rivers of the Vysočina Region Category:Vltava basin
Sázava is a name of several locations in the Czech Republic:
- Sázava River
- Sázava (Benešov District), a town in the Central Bohemian Region (Benešov District)
Sázava is a town in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. It has around 3,800 inhabitants.
Villages Bělokozly, Černé Budy, Čeřenice and Dojetřice are administrative parts of Sázava.
Originally a monastery with Slavic liturgy, originated in 1032. Since the early 12th century the Benedictine monastery. Burnt down by the Hussites, revived in the 16th century, in the 17th century rebuilt in the Baroque style. The monastery abolished by Joseph II, in the 19th century rebuilt into a Pseudo-Renaissance chateau. A monumental torso of the Church of St. Prokop, an abbot chapel, a Gothic crypt. The exposition “the Old-Slavic Sázava”, a capitulary hall with Gothic wall paintings. A significant medieval centre of Slavic culture and literature. The Madonna of Sázava.
Sázava (German: Zohsee) is a village and municipality ( obec) in the Ústí nad Orlicí District, Pardubice Region of the Czech Republic.
The municipality covers an area of , and had a population of 558 (as of 2 October 2006).
Sázava lies approximately south-east of Ústí nad Orlicí, east of Pardubice, and east of Prague.
Sázava is a village and municipality ( obec) in Žďár nad Sázavou District in the Vysočina Region of the Czech Republic.
The municipality covers an area of , and has a population of 595 (as at 28 August 2006).
Sázava lies approximately west of Žďár nad Sázavou, north-east of Jihlava, and south-east of Prague.