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Dobrčice coat of arms
Dobrčice (Czech Republic)
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Basic data
State : Czech RepublicCzech Republic Czech Republic
Region : Olomoucký kraj
District : Přerov
Area : 240 ha
Geographic location : 49 ° 24 '  N , 17 ° 29'  E Coordinates: 49 ° 24 '7 "  N , 17 ° 28' 48"  E
Height: 243  m nm
Residents : 222 (Jan. 1, 2019)
Postal code : 750 02
License plate : M.
Street: Holešov - Přerov
Railway connection: Přerov - Břeclav
Status: local community
Districts: 1
Mayor : Petra Hübnerová (as of 2011)
Address: Dobrčice 4
750 02 Přerov 2
Municipality number: 513105
Website :

Dobrčice (German Dobertschitz , formerly Dobrczitz ) is a municipality in the Czech Republic . It is located six kilometers southeast of Přerov and belongs to the Okres Přerov .


Dobrčice is located on the western slope of the Podbeskydská pahorkatina ( Vorbeskidenhügelland ) to the Upper Moravian Depression ( Hornomoravský úval ). The street village extends on the right bank of the Dobrčický creek, which flows two and a half kilometers west into the Moštěnka . To the north rises the Švédské šance (298 m), in the northeast the Robotňa (283 m), to the east the Vranice (332 m) and southeast the Holý Kopec (360 m). The E 55 and the Přerov - Břeclav railway pass two kilometers to the west, and the nearest train station is Horní Moštěnice zastávka . The Přestavlcký les forest area extends to the southeast . To the northwest lies the Hanácká kyselka mineral fountain .

Neighboring towns are Mlyn Stolbach, Újezdec and Želatovice in the north, Beňov , Kocanda, Marianín and Líšná in the Northeast, Kozrál, Lipová , Křtomil and Bystřice pod Hostýnem in the east, Zámeček, Pacetluky , Karlovice and Kostelec u Holešova the southeast, Přestavlky in the south, Říkovice , Polňák and Kanovsko in the southwest, Vlkoš and Věžky in the west and Záhatí and Horní Moštěnice in the northwest.


The village was first mentioned in writing in 1356, when Budek de Dobrcizc had a morning gift of eight Scherf intabulated for his wife Klara in the Olomouc country table . The seat of the Dobrčice lords was a fortress on the site of the present inn. After the village, the Vladiken family named Rzikowsky von Dobrzicz ( Říkovský von Dobrčice ), which was later elevated to the knighthood, lordship and in 1867 with Field Marshal Leopold Rzikowsky to the baron status. In 1643 Lennart Torstensson's army pitched its main camp on the Zahonny mountain north of the village. Because of the entrenchment work carried out, the mountain was popularly known as the Schwedenschanze. In the hoof register of 1654 16 properties are shown for Dobrczitz . The oldest place seal dates from 1693; it bears the inscription OBECNI PECZET DIEDIN DOBERTSCHITZ . In 1794 the village consisted of 40 houses and had 294 inhabitants. The place has always been parish after Horní Moštěnice.

After the abolition of patrimonial formed Dobrčice / Dobrožitz 1850 a municipality in the district administration Kremsier . In 1869, 293 people lived in the 48 houses in the village. The community has been part of the Prerau district since 1880 . In 1882 a one-class village school was established in Dobrčice, previously the children were taught in Horní Moštěnice. Dobrčice consisted of 50 houses in 1900 and had 286 inhabitants. While the number of houses increased steadily, the number of inhabitants decreased since then. In 1950 there were 78 houses with 279 residents and in 1980 there were 76 houses with 199 residents. In 2005 195 people lived in 85 houses in Dobrčice. The school building now serves as a cultural center and the seat of the municipal office. Ethnographically the village belongs to Hanna .

coat of arms

The community has had a coat of arms and a banner since 2005. They were designed by the heraldist Miroslav Pavlů. The coat of arms shows a silver striding steed with a knight in armor and an eight-pointed gold star on a blue background.

Local division

No districts are shown for the municipality of Dobrčice.


  • Chapel, built in 1773
  • Memorial stone for the fallen, by the chapel

Individual evidence

  1. Český statistický úřad - The population of the Czech municipalities as of January 1, 2019 (PDF; 7.4 MiB)