Rožnov pod Radhoštěm (Czech pronunciation: [ˈroʒnof ˈpod radɦoʃcɛm]; German: Rosenau unter dem Radhoscht) is a town in the Zlín Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 16,000 inhabitants. It lies in a range of positions of approximately 360–950 meters above sea level.
Its population has been slowly, but steadily declining since 2007, when it reached 17,232.
The town is well known for the Wallachian Open Air Museum.
Naphtali Keller (1834–1865), Austrian scholar; lived and died here
Gustav Brom (1921–1995), big band leader and arranger; lived here
Emil Zátopek (1922–2000), athlete; buried here
Martina Hingis (born 1980), tennis player; lived here as a child
Twin towns – sister cities
Rožnov pod Radhoštěm is twinned with:
Považská Bystrica, Slovakia