Hrobce ( German Hrobetz ) is a municipality in the Czech Republic. It is located six kilometers northwest from Roudnice on the Elbe River and is part of the Okres Litoměřice.
The village is located linkselbisch below Roudnice. By Hrobce the railway line between Lovosice and Roudnice where the place has a train stop running.
Neighboring towns are Libotenice in the north, Chodouny in the northeast, Černěves the southeast, Židovice in the south, Nové Dvory the southwest, Rohatce in the west and Oleško in the northwest.
The first written mention of Hrobce dates from the end of the 12th century made false document the founding document of the monastery Kladruby by Vladislav I. and Richenza of Berg from 1115. 1238 To the butler Wenceslas I, Zbraslav of Miletín, owner of Hrobce was. After the Prague archdiocese bought the place and beat him in 1390 his rule Roudnice nad Labem. Acquired in 1577 by Wilhelm von Rosenberg of Emperor Maximilian II rule, after his death, she inherited his widow Polyxena, who passed over the possession of the Lobkowicz. 1784 the cadastre of Židovice and Hrobce were pooled. Until the abolition of patrimonial regimes in 1850 Hrobec remained part of Roudnice rule. After that, the independent municipality Židovice - Hrobce, which belonged to the Prague Circle and District Melnik was born. Between 1848 and 1850 the railway between Prague and Dresden was built through the village. In 1904, the municipality Židovice - Hrobce separated into the communities Židovice and Hrobce.
Through the Elbe flood of 2002, the place was flooded partially.
The municipality consists of the villages Hrobce Hrobce ( Hrobetz ) and Rohatce ( Rohatetz ), at the same time also form Katastralbezirke.
- All Saints Church in Rohatce, built in 1744 to plans by Octavio Broggio
- Chapel in Hrobce