Studnice u Náchoda

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Studnice u Náchoda (Czech Republic)
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Basic data
State : Czech RepublicCzech Republic Czech Republic
Region : Královéhradecký kraj
District : After that
Area : 1038 ha
Geographic location : 50 ° 25 '  N , 16 ° 6'  E Coordinates: 50 ° 25 '10 "  N , 16 ° 5' 34"  E
Height: 342  m nm
Residents : 1,114 (Jan 1, 2019)
Postal code : 547 01 - 552 03
Street: Náchod - Žernov
Status: local community
Districts: 7th
Mayor : Helena Toldová (as of 2008)
Address: Studnice 1
549 48 Studnice u Náchoda
Municipality number: 574481
Website :

Studnice (German Studnitz ) is a municipality in the Czech Republic . It is located five kilometers west of Náchod and belongs to the Okres Náchod .


Studnice is located on the left bank of the Úpa river in the Giant Mountains foothills, by the Olešnice river . Ovčácký Kopec (384 m) rises to the south . The Jaroměř – Trutnov railway passes east of the village ; the nearest train stations are in Starkoč and Řešetova Lhota. To the south-west is the battlefield of the Battle of Skalitz and behind it the Rozkoš reservoir .

Neighboring towns are Na Pastvišti in the north, Řešetova Lhota and Lhotky in the Northeast, Lhotecký Dvůr and Kramolna the east, Vysokov and Starkoč the southeast, Dubenský Dvůr and Kleny in the south, Zblov and Zlíč in the southwest, Kozlar the west and Žernov and Třtice in the northwest.


Studnitz originally belonged to the Riesenburg rule . The scattered settlement around a forecourt joined a fortress on three sides along the road to Náchod. The farmyard of the fortress was parceled out and partially built upon after it had expired. It was first mentioned in documents in 1438 as the seat of Jan Straka of Nedabylice . In 1620 it belonged to Peter Straka von Nedabilitz ( Strakové z Nedabilic ). His son Heinrich sold it to a Herr von Rothenbuch, from whom it came in 1675 to Duke Lorenzo Piccolomini , who in 1683 sold it to Sigmund Schmiedel von Schmiedel ( Šmídl ze Šmídl ). Lorenzo Piccolomini's widow, Duchess Anna Viktoria née Kolowrat, bought it from him in 1729 as the guardian of her son Giovanni Venceslao Piccolomini . They united it as an allod with the rulership of Nachod . After the death of Duke Giovanni Venceslao in 1742, his sister Ludmila von Piccolomini (1703–1768) inherited Studnitz, who married Count Joseph Adalbert von Desfours . In 1785 Studnitz, which belonged to the parish of Skalitz , received its own chaplain.

In 1849 Studnice was part of the municipality Kleny in the Nové Město nad Metují district . In 1880 the independent community of Studnice was established with the districts of Starkoč and Zblov. Starkoč broke up in 1900 and formed its own municipality. In the same year the parish came to the Náchod district.

At the beginning of 1961 Bakov, Řešetova Lhota and Třtice were incorporated. On March 1, 1990, the district Starkoč from the town of Náchod and the district Všeliby from the municipality of Žernov to the municipality of Studnice.

Community structure

The Studnice municipality consists of the districts Bakov ( Bakov ), Řešetova Lhota ( Lhota near Studnitz ), Starkoč ( Starkotsch ), Studnice ( Studnitz ), Třtice ( Rohrbusch ), Všeliby ( Liebstatt ) and Zblov ( Sblow ) as well as the settlement Na Pastvišti.


  • Baroque Catholic Church of St. John of Nepomuk
  • Statue of St. Joseph with the baby Jesus
  • Church of the Czechoslovak Hussite Congregation
  • Ostrá voda mineral water spring , west of the village on the Olešnice


  • Jarmila Hassan Abdel Wahab (1917–1996), the opera singer known under the stage name Jarmila Kristenová, lived from 1975 in the former Studnice fortress


Web links

Commons : Studnice u Náchoda  - collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Český statistický úřad - The population of the Czech municipalities as of January 1, 2019 (PDF; 7.4 MiB)
  2. Jan Karel Hraše: Dějiny Náchoda 1620 - 1740 , Náchod 1994, ISBN 80-900041-8-0 , p. 76f.