Pohansko u Břeclavi is an extensive Great Moravian fortified settlement (total area up to 55 ha) from the 9th century built on an island between the branches of the river Dyje in Czechia.
The fortified settlement is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.
The name of the extensive lowland fortified settlement Pohansko probably dates back to the modern age. Some researchers (eg Innocent Ladislav Červinka, etc.) are called Loventingrad, which is derived from the old name Břeclav from a German document from the 11th century Laventenburch.