Typical Wallachian village in the valley of the Vsetinska Becva river, between Vsetinske vrchy and Javorniky. Already in 17th and 18th century a glass-work had produced here and but after that time, the Karolina hut had been estabilished. Around this iron-mill a village of the same name arised. The village has separated from Novy Hrozenkov in 1949, hence today’s shape. The efforts of using local wood caused saw-mills creation. There is the church of St. Jan Kritel from 1789 with precious interiour in the centre. You can see here some exhibits of folklore architecture- timbered cottages on stone retaining wall. The village is a significant centre of recreation. The local water-reservoir “Na stanoch” is a popular place.