Pravlov (Jihomoravský kraj, Czech Republic)
Pravlov (German, Pralitz, Prahlitz, Präles), a market village situated on the right bank of the Iglava, Moravia, southeast of the neighboring Dolní Kounice (German, Kanitz), usually called Präles in the Hutterian chronicles; they used this form to identify the near-by Bruderhof of Klein-Niemtschitz ("ob Präles"), in order to distinguish it from other Moravian towns having the same name.
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