Přibyslav (German: Primislau) is a town in the Havlíčkův Brod District in the Vysočina Region of the Czech Republic. It has around 4,000 people.
Villages Česká Jablonná, Dobrá, Dolní Jablonná, Hřiště, Poříčí, Ronov nad Sázavou and Utín are administrative parts of Přibyslav.
Přibyslav was first mentioned in a written document from 1257.
Jan Otto (1841–1916), publisher and bookseller
František Josef Bukovský (1887–1960), an immigrant who disarmed President Theodore Roosevelt's attacker in 1912
Jan Filip (1911–1971), priest, writer and Esperantist
Jan Bechyně (1920–1973), entomologist
Hana Orgoníková (1946–2014), politician
Twin towns – sister cities
Přibyslav is twinned with:
Mook en Middelaar, Netherlands