|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Ústecký kraj|
|Area :||746.4968 ha|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||2,130 (Jan 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||435 21|
|License plate :||U|
Prague – Most
Obrnice – Lovosice
Plzeň – Duchcov
|Mayor :||Drahomíra Miklošová (as of 2013)|
435 21 Obrnice
|Location of Obrnice in the Most district|
The first settlements can be identified as early as the Bronze Age . In 1282 it was first mentioned in writing in a deed of gift in which Obernitz is listed with a mill. In 1341 the village became the property of the Ossegg monastery . In 1420 the place was handed over to Nikolaus Schönbritz to settle war debts, who passed it on to Jan von Vřesovic.
In 1460, the Ossegg monastery became the owner again and remained so until 1620–1629, when the village belonged to the knight Felix Kaplirz de Sulewicz . During this time mainly Germans lived in the place.
The population also grew as a result of lignite mining. Due to the need for mining, other industries emerged in the place. A brick factory was built and the village was accessed by roads. In 1871 Obernitz received a railway connection through the private Prague-Dux Railway.
The municipality of Obrnice consists of the districts České Zlatníky (Bohemian Zlatnik , also Schladnig) , Chanov (Khan) and Obrnice (Obernitz) , which also form cadastral districts.
- The Church of St. George in České Zlatníky. The church dates from the end of the 17th century.
Sons and daughters of the church
- Eduard Schreiber (* 1939), documentary film director