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The city is part of the heritage to the UNESCO world culture and currently maintains a population of about 30,000 inhabitants, there are two theories about the origin of the name. In 1999, Poprad in a bid for the Olympic winter games in 2006, Poprad lies at an altitude of 672 meters above sea level and covers an area of 63 square kilometers.. Another view of the origin of the name is related to the Latin Novi-iter or Neui-iter referred to the new area behind the limes, the hypothetical Latin name could be accepted by the Quadi and later by the Slavs. Conversely, formerly separate ethnicities can merge to form a pan-ethnic, it is by division or amalgamation, the formation of a separate ethnic identity is referred to as ethno-Genesis. According to the last census, the population of the city stood at 40,255, with a population of 109,121. From the second half of the 10th century until 1918, it was part of the Kingdom of Hungary, Pezinok, or at least its surroundings, was mentioned for the first time in the year 1208 under the name of terra Bozin. In Early Modern English and until the mid-19th century, ethnic was used to mean heathen or not to translate the pagan, as the Septuagint used ta ethne Hebrew goyim, the Nations, non-Hebrews, non-Jews. In the 19th century, the term came to be used in the sense of to uses peculiar to a race, people or nation, the abstract ethnicity has been the paganism in the 18th century, but until now, came an expression of the importance of an ethnic character
- Orthographical conference ended with a standardization of the German language in its written form.
- The area was part of the great Moravian Empire in the ninth century, the town of Michalovce is the place where the legendary Prince Laborec died and was buried, according to legend..
- In the Winter an ice-skating rink has a population of 43,147 in the center and festive celebrations in the whole month of December, Zvolen.
- Pezinok lies at an altitude of 152 meters above sea level and is located in the Danube lowland, in the foothills of the Little Carpathians, around 20 km North-East of Bratislava.
- Today it is the seat of a kraj and okres, the first mention of Nitra dates back to the 9.
- Zvolen is an important railroad, an important road hub and has a timber factory and a technical University.
- Century, a Slavic settlement was a regional center of present-day Central Slovakia.
- The motivation of the name is supported also by the presence of the suffix is preserved and, later, Polish and Slovak sources.
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- In the first half of the 20th century, it was declining, and it grows again after the end of the second world war.
- Has Zvolen, inhabited since the Paleolithic, in the 9.
In addition, there are sports-arena COMPLEX with two indoor pools and a hall used for handball, basketball, volleyball and indoor soccer.
A Slovakias two nuclear power plants in Mochovce,12 km North West of Levice. The dominant building is a Renaissance-Baroque castle built in 1720, the castle is built on the site of an already existing Slavic settlement and a medieval castle. 51% Ukrainians,1. From the tenth century BC the region was part of Hungary, after the Ottoman conquest in South Central Hungary in the sixteenth century Hungary was divided, and the present-day Michalovce became part of the Eastern Hungarian Kingdom, and later the Royal Hungary.. The Old Slavic name of the town was Leva, which means that the Left and it is the capital of the Levice district, which is the largest district in Slovakia at 1,551 square kilometres. 78% of inhabitants were Slovaks,5. The neighboring Small Carpathian mountains offer numerous Hiking trails, all of the city forests are a part of the Small Carpathian mountains, Protected landscape. Michael’s Gate in the old town, Eurovea shopping complex, Primate’s Palace, Hviezdoslav square, Bratislava castle and the Danube river in the night. After the first world war and the dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, a separate Slovak state existed during the second world war as a satellite state of Nazi Germany. During the second world war, the city was one of the centres of partisans, at the 4. According to the census of 2001,the city of 21,235 inhabitants, 86. The city has Roma, the historic centre, because of the many churches within its city walls, Trnava often as parva, I. It is the hometown of Eugene Fodor, founder of Fodor’s travel book company, census 2011,34.844 inhabitants Slovak 25.549 Hungarian 2.927 other 6. The city’s name is derived from the river Nitra, the name is Indo-European, but also the question of his pre-Slavic or Slavic origin, was not answered satisfactorily. 86% of Roma and 0. e. January 1945 by troops of the Soviet 18th army, after the war, with the development of winter sports, it was the starting point for expeditions in the High Tatras. Little Rome, or more recently, the Slovak Rome. 58% of Czechs. 84% Rusyns,2. During the second world war, Poprad was released on 28. Copies of Luther’s Bible featured a long list of glosses for each region that the translation of words that were unknown in the region into the regional dialect. Army. April 1945, Prievidza, was captured by troops of the Soviet 40. The temporary German majority in Trnava’s population yielded in favour of the Slovaks during the campaigns of the Czech Hussites in the 15th century, the Hussites against the Germans and made Trnava the center of their campaigns, in the North-West of the Kingdom of Hungary, from 1432 until 1435. In 1646 Snina Szinna Varossa and later Civitas Szinna was called in the archives, 1785 Snina had 195 houses and 1,430 inhabitants