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View from Pustevny at popular chairlift leading from Ráztoka with Beskydy mountains in background and cities of Frenštát pod Radhoštěm and Štramberk in background. A skiing area of the same name also belongs to Pustevny.
Pustevny (1018 meters above sea level) is a mountain saddle in the Moravian-Silesian Beskids mountain range not far from Radhošť, in the municipality of Prostřední Bečva. It was named after the Czech word for a hermit. Hermits lived here until the year 1874. For Pustevny, wooden buildings built in traditional folk style are typical. They were built and designed in the end of the 19th century by the architect Dušan Jurkovič.