Studnice u Vyškova
|State :||Czech Republic|
|Region :||Jihomoravský kraj|
|Area :||630 ha|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||488 (Jan. 1, 2019)|
|Postal code :||683 08|
|License plate :||B.|
|Street:||Otinoves - Vyškov|
|Mayor :||Vladimír Koutný (as of 2010)|
68 308 Vyškov 1
|Location of Studnice in the Vyškov district|
Studnice (German Studnitz ) is a municipality in the Czech Republic . It is located 14 kilometers northwest of Vyškov and belongs to the Okres Vyškov . The municipality is part of the Drahanská vrchovina microregion .
Studnice is located on the plateau of the Drahaner Bergland in the basin of the Hanice stream. The Brda (567 m) rises to the northeast, the Lokýtek (511 m) to the southeast and the Kojál (600 m) to the west. To the south lies the medieval desert of Ovčinek, in the southeast the desert of Mechlov (Měchnov) and Schreynern. In the east and south the village borders on the Březina military training area .
Neighboring towns are Nová Myslivna, Kluč, Odrůvky, Nové Sady and Březina in the north, Ferdinandsko in the east, Rychtářov in the south-east, Doubrava and Ruprechtov in the south, Podomí and Krásensko in the south-west, Kulířov in the west and Marianín and Rozstání in the north-west.
Studnitz was first mentioned in a document in 1342 as the property of Kateřina von Boskowitz . With the consent of her son Ješek von Boskowitz, she donated to the Church of St. For the salvation of her deceased husband Hartleb von Boskowitz the tithe of the Studnice farm and the forest yield as well as some Hufen land in Měchnov. This is also the only mention of Měchnov at all. Both villages became extinct and the Měchnov desert was localized by Ervín Černý in the second half of the 20th century .
Probably in the middle of the 17th century Studnice was resettled by the Vyškov rule . The second oldest written evidence from Studnice dates from 1660. The place was parish after Pustiměř from that time . In 1731 Cardinal Wolfgang Hannibal von Schrattenbach consecrated the new parish church in Studnice. The lessons of the Studnitz children took place in the parish school in Pustiměř, later the Pustiměř teacher taught in private houses in Studnice until the first school was built. Two kilometers north of Studnice, the Dominikaldorf Odrůvky was founded on Rodeland in 1770. After the wooden school house burned down, it was rebuilt in 1787. In 1792 457 people lived in Studnice and in 1834 there were 492. In 1821 the school was given a brick building.
After the abolition of patrimonial Studnice formed with the district Odrůvky from 1850 a municipality in the district administration Wischau . In 1854 the community had 1,027 inhabitants. In 1900 there were 888 people in Studnice. In 1909 a new village school was inaugurated. In 1940 the community had 1180 inhabitants. During the German occupation in 1940, the decision was made to expand the Wischau firing range into a large military training area for the Wehrmacht . The 33 villages to be evacuated for the construction of the Wischau military training area also included Studnitz and Odruwek in the second stage to be completed by November 19, 1942. At that time, 1106 people lived in the 246 houses of the community, of which 196 houses with 901 inhabitants were in the district of Studnitz. After the end of the Second World War, the community was repopulated. Some of the displaced returned after the end of the war. Half of the houses were damaged by the exercises. In 1950 the Studnice community only had 716 inhabitants. On May 1, 1951, the Březina military training area was established, and 1000 hectares of forests belonging to the Studnice cadastre in the Velká and Malá Haná valleys were assigned to the military area. A broadcast tower for television and radio was built on the nearby Kojál hill between 1956 and 1958. The kindergarten was established in 1959. On April 19, 2000, a tornado hit the fields southeast of the village, damaging 23 roofs and knocking down trees. Studnice has had a coat of arms and a banner since 2000. At the end of the school year 2000/01, classes in Studnice ended and the school was converted into a residential building.
The municipality Studnice consists of the districts Odrůvky ( Oduwek ) and Studnice ( Studnitz ) and the monolayer Nová Myslivna and Kluc.
- Parish Church of St. Egidius, built in 1731. The death bell in the church tower bears the year 1552. The altar painting of St. Aegidius is a work by the Prague painter Josef Hellich from 1854.
- Statue of St. John of Nepomuk from 1831
- Kojál transmitter with a 339.5 m high transmitter mast on the hill of the same name west of the village
- Studnické louky natural monument, west of the village
- Český statistický úřad - The population of the Czech municipalities as of January 1, 2019 (PDF; 7.4 MiB)
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