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|ČESKÁ REPUBLIKA||CZECH REPUBLIC|
|Středočeský kraj||Central Bohemia region|
|Okres: Praha-východ||district: Prague-East|
Jevany is situated at an elevation of 380 m on the stream Jevanský potok in central Bohemia, about 11 km south east of Říčany in the district Prague-East. The municipality has a population of about 800 (2019).
The oldest written document mentioning the place dates from 1415. In the course of the 1920s, Jevany became a popular
weekend destination for the upper classes from Prague, especially after the architect Josef Fanta and the author
Gabriela Preissová took residence here.