Dívčí Hrad is a village and municipality in Bruntál District in the Moravian-Silesian Region of the Czech Republic.
Dívčí Hrad village lies on the on Osoblaha river in the northern part of Osoblažsko region, just a few hundred metres to the north from the narrow gauge railway. The first written reference of the village dates back to 1267, when in the Brunos of Schaumburg will it is stated as Deuviz Castle. Nowadays there are 291 inhabitants living there.
A dominating feature of the village, visible from a far distance, is Dívčí Hrad Chateau built over the river Osoblaha in the 13th century. The greatest boom the chateau has ever experienced was at the end of the 16th century and at the beginning of the 17th century under the rule of Sedlnický from Choltice.
Address Dívčí hrad, Na Cimbuří, Pavlov 69129, Czech Republic
Coordinates 48°52'33.391" N 16°39'42.839" E