Settlement is a part of village Holubov
Village Holubov, 382 03
Altitude: 523 m
Number of inhabitants: 216
Distance: Holubov 1900 m, Krasetín 2300 m
History of parish :
Settlement Třísov is first noticed in 1379 as a villa (= village) Trzyessow. In 1383 as Trzisow and since 1541 as Třísov. Its name comes from the name of court owner, then court of Třes. Village belonged to manor of the Vítkovci and the Rožmberks. After the castle Dívčí Kámen was founded, Třísov came after its administration. During the Rožmberks' period was the village seat of village J.P.
On area of 26 ha are located beside the village ruins of Celtic oppidum. Here was carried out the research shortly before WWII. In the 50's and 60's the research became intensive under management of dr. Jiří Břeň from National museum in Prague. Here was found Celtic city from year 2000 B.C. At the rocky spit was carried out the research of the bronze age by dr. Josef Poláček from Southbohemian museum in České Budějovice.
At confluence of Křemežský brook with Vltava are located picturesque ruins of castle Dívčí Kámen - Maiden's Rock. Its foundation document is from year 1349, large reinforcement was carried out by Czechoslovakian science academy in the 60's under management of dr. Hejna.
Through the parish comes road from Prachatice via Brloh, Křemež, Holubov (here are conected roads from České Budějovice), Zlatá Koruna a Český Krumlov and since 1891 also the railroad from České Budějovice to Volary. From Třísov railway stop around the memorable lime (height 31 m, perimeter 7 m, age over 200 years) can visitors start off the educational track to learn more about Celtic settlement.
Till the present time remain in inhabitants some of ancient habits and number of events is celebrated during the year, for example Shrovetide, traditional Easter, building of May slopes, meetings "under chestnuts" in Třísov common and other amusements.
Further information :
Celtic Settlement of Třísov
Holubov - guide through village and its vicinity
Click-sensitive map of the Microregion Podkletí
Click-sensitive cycling track map of the Microregion Podkletí
Microregion Podkletí - Pictorial guide
Archaeological Research in the Český Krumlov Region