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Poproc, Kosice-okolie District

Poproc is a village in eastern Slovakia near the town of Kosice. The first written mention of the village dates back to 1255 - Poproc mentioned in a document of king béla IV as the Royal mining settlement Olchuan. In 2005, Poproc celebrated the 7 ...

                                               

Pavlovce nad Uhom

Pavlovce nad Uhom is a village and municipality in the Slovak district of Michalovce, which lies in the Eastern Slovak Kosice Region. About 19 kilometers South-East of Michalovce, Pavlovce sits, as its name indicates, on the southern Bank of the ...

                                               

Spissky Hrusov

Spissky Hrusov is a village and municipality in the Spisska Nova Ves District in the Kosice Region of central-eastern Slovakia. In 2011 had 1.266 inhabitants

                                               

Backov, Trebisov District

Backov is a village and municipality in the Trebisov District in the Kosice Region of eastern Slovakia.

                                               

Pukanec

Pukanec anz, Hungarian: Bakabanya, Turkish: Bukabak) is a village and municipality in the Levice District in the Nitra Region of southern Slovakia.

                                               

Horne Krskany

Horne Krskany is a little town in the Nitra region of Slovakia. The town has appeared on lists since the year 1240 and in the literature since the year 1248.

                                               

Bina

In historical records the village was first mentioned in 1135 written as Byn. Earlier the Romans built a fortress here and in 173 emperor Marcus Aurelius wrote his famous diary in this region during the wars against quadi in the Marcomannic Wars. ...

                                               

Dvory nad Zitavou

The first written sign of the municipality is from 1075. It mentions the Latin name of the municipality - Villa Hudvordensium super aquam Sitou - which means the settlement of masters peasants above the river Zitava. The first settlers were estab ...

                                               

Velke Lovce

Velke Lovce is a town and municipality in the Nove Zamky District in the Nitra Region of south-west Slovakia. Velke Lovce is home to 2.079 people according to the 2004 census.

                                               

Oponice

Oponice is a municipality and village in the Topolcany District of the Nitra Region, Slovakia. In 2011 it had 879 inhabitants. It is bordered by the Nitra River to the west and the Tribec range of the Fatra-Tatra mountain complex to the east. Par ...

                                               

Čaradice

The records for genealogical research are available at the state archive "Statny Archiv in Nitra, Slovakia" Roman Catholic church records births / marriages / deaths: 1742-1894 parish B.

                                               

Červeny Hradok

The records for genealogical research are available at the state archive "Statny Archiv in Nitra, Slovakia" Reformated church records births / marriages / deaths: 1827-1895 parish B. Roman Catholic church records births / marriages / deaths: 1711 ...

                                               

Choca

The records for genealogical research are available at the state archive "Statny Archiv in Nitra, Slovakia" Roman Catholic church records births / marriages / deaths: 1697-1896 parish B.

                                               

Hostie

The records for genealogical research are available at the state archive "Statny Archiv in Nitra, Slovakia" Roman Catholic church records births / marriages / deaths: 1762-1895 parish B.

                                               

Jedlove Kostolany

The records for genealogical research are available at the state archive "Statny Archiv in Nitra, Slovakia" Roman Catholic church records births / marriages / deaths: 1762-1904 parish A.

                                               

Kostolany pod Tribecom

The records for genealogical research are available at the state archive "Statny Archiv in Nitra, Slovakia" Roman Catholic church records births / marriages / deaths: 1713-1901 parish B.

                                               

Machulince

Machulince is a village and municipality in Zlate Moravce District of the Nitra Region, in western-central Slovakia. Total municipality population was 1044 in 2000.

                                               

Tekovske Nemce

The municipality lies at an altitude of 244 metres 801 ft and covers an area of 28.503 square kilometres 11 sq mi. It has a population of about 1.055 people.

                                               

Tesarske Mlynany

The town was originally formed by association of two previously separate villages, Tesare nad Zitavou and Mlynany. Tesarske means Carpenter and so its name means Carpenter over the Zittau River and is among the oldest settlements in the region, f ...

                                               

Topolcianky

Topolcianky is unique for its European Bison Reserve. By the 1930s only a handful of wisents remained, in Poland. A captive breeding population was established and at the time the Topolcianky reserve was established in 1958, there were 150. The g ...

                                               

Velcice

The municipality lies at an elevation of 224 metres 735 ft, and covers an area of 34.705 square kilometres 13.400 sq mi. In 2011 it has a population of 826 inhabitants.

                                               

Velke Vozokany

In historical records the village was first mentioned in 1209. The community of Velke Vozokany is certified to have existed by 1228. The Roman Catholic St. Nicolas Church is originally a Gothic structure that received Baroque modifications in 174 ...

                                               

Volkovce

Volkovce is a village and municipality in Zlate Moravce District of the Nitra Region, in western-central Slovakia. The village recently opened a new website, www.volkovce.sk

                                               

Zikava

Zikava is a village and municipality in Zlate Moravce District of the Nitra Region, in western-central Slovakia. In 2011 it had a population of 514 inhabitants.

                                               

Zitavany

Zitavany is a village and municipality in Zlate Moravce District of the Nitra Region, in western-central Slovakia. The municipality had 1874 inhabitants in 2011.

                                               

Hertnik

Hertnik originated around 1300 and is associated with the Mongol invasion of Europe of 1241–1242. Following the invasion, Bela IV of Hungary donated his estates to his patricians. The noblemen of the northern Saris region initiated resettlement o ...

                                               

Mokroluh

In the medieval times, Mokroluh was a vassal village and it belonged to the estate Smilno-Makovica. Since 1471 Mokroluh became a property of the city of Bardejov and during the times of Austro-Hungarian monarchy village belonged to Saris County. ...

                                               

Lackovce

The first mention of the village was in 1451. Until the Treaty of Trianon the community belonged to the Kingdom of Hungary, to Zemplen, a district of Humenne, later to Czechoslovakia, during World War II and from 1993 to Slovakia.

                                               

Vysna Jablonka

Vysna Jablonka Вишня Яблiнка Felsoalmad is a village in Slovakia, in the Humenne district. First time it was mentioned in the "List of property" of the Lords of Humenne in 1436. From the beginning it was a foresters village, what appeared until t ...

                                               

Stara Lesna

Stara Lesna or "Old Forest" is a village and municipality in Kezmarok District in the Presov Region in north-central Slovakia. Stara Lesna is located in an area traditionally known as Spis and it is situated within the Slovak Tourism Region of th ...

                                               

Van Langenhove

Marcel Van Langenhove may refer to: Marcel Van Langenhove referee born 1944, Belgian football referee Marcel Van Langenhove fencer, Belgian Olympic fencer

                                               

Kamenica, Sabinov District

Kamenica Tarkeo, Kamenyica) is a village and municipality in Sabinov District in the Presov Region of north-eastern Slovakia.

                                               

Zboj

The municipality lies at an altitude of 356 metres and covers an area of 50.542 km². According to the 2013 census it had a population of 353 inhabitants.

                                               

Legnava

Legnava is a village and municipality in the Stara Ľubovna District, Presov Region in northern Slovakia. It has 146 inhabitants. A more detailed history with photographs can be found at. Legnava - The Carpathian Connection

                                               

Maly Lipnik

Maly Lipnik is a village and municipality in Stara Ľubovna District in the Presov Region of northern Slovakia.

                                               

Ruska Vola nad Popradom

In historical records the village was first mentioned in 1357. Other names municipalities: 1588 Nowawolya, the will, the will of 1635, noviter sicata, 1773 Rusko Wolya, Orosz-Volya, 1786 Orosz Wolya, 1808 Orosz-also-the will and the Oros Felso-wi ...

                                               

Benadikovce

Benadikovce is a village and municipality in Svidnik District in the Presov Region of north-eastern Slovakia.

                                               

Bodruzal

Bodruzal is a municipality in Slovakia in the Svidnik District in Presov Region, within the Laborec Highlands. The village was first mentioned in writing in 1600, is best known for housing a wooden Church, a Baroque monument of natural heritage i ...

                                               

Belusa

Belusa is a large village and municipality in Puchov District in the Trencin Region of north-western Slovakia. It is located in the northern parts of the Ilava Basin and is one of the largest communities of the Povazie region.

                                               

Trencianske Stankovce

Trencianske Stankovce is a village and municipality in Trencin District in the Trencin Region of north-western Slovakia.

                                               

Mad, Slovakia

Mad is a village and municipality in the Dunajska Streda District in the Trnava Region of south-west Slovakia.

                                               

Velke ulany

In historical records the village was first mentioned in 1221 as Fudemus. After the Austro-Hungarian army disintegrated in November 1918, Czechoslovak troops occupied the area, later acknowledged internationally by the Treaty of Trianon. Between ...

                                               

Madunice

Madunice is situated on the right bank of river Vah, approximately one kilometer away from the river. North of Madunice are Drahovce, on east Koplotovce, on south Červenik and Leopoldov and on west Pecenady.

                                               

Kuty

The village was first mentioned in 1392 under the name Kuth. And in 1498 as Kwhty. Kut is equal to Corner - a distant place in the bend of rivers or roads or mountains. The oldest archaeological findings of the historic settlement dates back to t ...

                                               

Smolenice

Smolenice is a village and municipality of Trnava District in the Trnava Region of Slovakia, on the foothills of the Little Carpathians. It is 60 km northeast of Bratislava and 25 km northwest of Trnava. The village is made of two parts, Smolenic ...

                                               

Korna

Scenic village is situated in Beskydy Mountains, closely town Turzovka, location 18°32′10″ E, 48°24′42″ N, elevation above sea-level 559 m community centre. It lies very near to Czech and Polish borderlines. Nearby communities are villages of Klo ...

                                               

Neslusa

The name probably comes from Slovak neslusny. It could be also derived from neslusať not to hear something - "the hidden village", "the village you hear nothing about". Nezlusa 1367, Neszlusa 1438, Neslussa Walachorum 1598, Neszlussa 1773, Neslus ...

                                               

Hybe

The name is of Slavic Slovak origin with uncertain etymology. It probably derives from the stem -gyb / -hyb. Proto-Slavic gybij, gybkij, gybaja, gybica, Slovak hybky - unstable, flexible, the stem is present also in words like ohyb - bending, poh ...

                                               

Kosťany nad Turcom

Kosťany nad Turcom, is a village and municipality in Martin District, in Turiec territory, and in Zilina Region of northern Slovakia.

                                               

Mosovce

Mosovce is one of the largest villages in the historical region of Turiec, currently in the Turcianske Teplice District in the Zilina Region of northern Slovakia.