Jevany ( German Jewan ) is a municipality in the Czech Republic. It is located eleven kilometers east of Říčany and belongs to Okres Praha- východ.


Jevany is located in the Central Bohemian Uplands surrounded by a beech forest. Due to the location of the creek Jevanský creek, which is stowed in a cascade of ponds and flows into Stříbrná Skalice Sasau flows into the river. Immediately at the village lies the pond Jevanský fishpond.

Neighboring towns are Kozojedy in the north, Kostelec nad Lesy Černými in the northeast, and Prusice Nučice in the east, in the southeast Konojedy, The Black Voděrady in the south, Struhařov the southwest, Svojetice in the west and Louňovice and Vyžlovka in the northwest.


The village was mentioned for the first time in 1415.

In the 1920s, Jevany developed into a popular weekend resort of Prague's upper class. This reputation was created by the architect Josef Fanta and the writer Gabriela Preissová, who settled here first.

Community structure

For the community Jevany no districts are reported. To Jevany include the corridors of extinct villages Aldašín ( Waldaschin ) and Bohumil.


In Jevany lives a number of prominent Czech artists such as Karel Svoboda until his death and Karel Gott.

In the forest cemetery of Aldašín are the tombs of director Jan Špáta (1932-2006) and Karel Svoboda.


  • Museum god country provisionally closed on the life and work of Karel Gott, northwest of Jevany end of February 2009
  • Church of St. George of the extinct village Aldašín, built in 1352
  • Mortuary in Aldašín, late Baroque building from 1770