|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Královéhradecký kraj|
|District :||After that|
|Area :||565 ha|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||488 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||549 01|
|Street:||Nové Město nad Metují - Bohuslavice|
|Railway connection:||Meziměstí - Týniště nad Orlicí|
|Mayor :||Josef Katzer (as of 2008)|
549 01 Nové Město nad Metují 1
Černčice is located in the Eagle Mountains foothills on the left side of the Metuje ( Mettau ) on the Černčický stream and the Mlýnský náhon canal . The hill Horka (324 m) rises to the southwest and the Králíčkův kopec (330 m) to the south . The railway line between Meziměstí and Týniště nad Orlicí runs through the village . To the north lies the Rozkoš reservoir .
Neighboring towns are Doubravice in the north, Krčín and Nové Město nad Metují in the northeast, Spy in the east, Vršovka in the southeast, Bohuslavice in the south, Homole and Slavětín nad Metují in the southwest, Osíček and Dolsko in the west and Nahořany in the northwest.
Černčice was first mentioned in a document in 1312. The fortress on the Mettau was the seat of the Černčický family . In 1483 Jan Černčický von Kácov, who also owned Krčín, took over the property; he founded the town of Nové Město Hradište nad Medhují in 1501 and transferred the rights and royal privileges from Krčín there.
Until the abolition of patrimonial Černčice remained submissive to Nové Město nad Metují. From 1850 the municipality Černčice belonged to the Nové Město nad Metují district. After the Second World War, the village was reclassified to Okres Dobruška and has belonged to Okres Náchod since its dissolution in 1960.
No districts are shown for the municipality of Černčice. The settlements Homole and Osíček belong to Černčice.
- Church of St. James the Elder, single-nave Gothic building, built in the 14th century, Gothic tombstones of the Černčický family, pewter baptismal font (1585)
- Four-storey well-fortified bell tower, built in 1613; Lookout tower - open by arrangement
- St Wenceslas statue - (1816)