The forest analysed in this diploma thesis was damaged by a windstorm in 2008, and in 2014 it was affected by sleet. We have analysed the regeneration in the affected area in terms of its tree structure and height. We have set up 12 plots in total in the following damaged areas: Golčaj (dense canopy before the ice storm), Golkar (scattered canopy before the ice storm), and Vetrolom (stands damaged by wind). The size of plots was 5 x 5 metres. The regeneration that was most commonly found in these plots was of the following tree species: European beech, European hop-hornbeam, European ash, sycamore maple, South European flowering ash, wych elm, and Norway spruce. Due to the fact that before the disturbance there was more light in Golkar area, the regeneration density there was higher compared to Golčaj area. The density of herb layer, however, was higher in Golčaj area. In both areas most regeneration was up to 20 cm high. Natural seeding that took place before the disturbance was the source for the regeneration that was higher than 50 cm. To achieve good quality of future stands the appropriate silvicultural measures should be carried out, primarily removal of common hazel and herb layers of raspberry, blackberry, and grass.