Vsetin is a city inside the Zlin Region of the Czech Republic. It has around 26,000 population and lies on the Vsetinska Becva river. The location around Vsetin, known as Vsetínsko, is spread out at the foothills of the Vsetin, Hostyn and Vizovice Highlands across the Becva River. This location capabilities the remains of log homes and cultural monuments of sizable significance specifically in Vsetin itself. The folk subculture has been kept alive by Wallachian song and dance companies for many many years.
Originally a small metropolis, Vsetín has emerge as an critical centre of industrial, economic, cultural and sports life over the past century. The valleys surrounding the Becva River inside the Moravian-Slovak borderland have been uninhabited till the Middle Ages. Man turned into discouraged from establishing permanent farm settlements in this region by its hilly panorama, deep forest valleys and forceful streams. Traces of settlement from primeval instances in Vsetin and the encompassing vicinity are therefore almost negligible. The first historical facts mentioning Vsetin originated in documents dated 1297 to 1308 and relate to the very beginning of settlement on this location.