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Čamovce

Čamovce Csomatelke) is a village and municipality in the Lucenec District in the Banska Bystrica Region of Slovakia.

Čakanovce, Lucenec District

Čakanovce is a village and municipality in the Lucenec District in the Banska Bystrica Region of Slovakia.

Čerin

Čerin is a village and municipality of the Banska Bystrica District in the Banska Bystrica Region of central Slovakia.

Česke Brezovo

In historical records, the village was surely mentioned in 1435 Brezow, Bryzow, but the existence of the village in the area is recorded from 1334 as belonging to Zach, Bosnak and Szentivany families. In 1834 Juraj Zahn based a glasswork in Zlatn ...

Chvalova

In historical records, the village was first mentioned in 1343 when it passed from local Lords Szkarosy to noble Soldosy family. It was destroyed from Turks in the 16th century. From 1938 to 1945 it was annexed by Hungary.

Chyzne

In historical records, the village was first mentioned in 1427. It belonged to Jelsava and after to Muran. In 1566 it was destroyed by Turks.

Čierny Balog

The village arose after 1882 1888 mentioned as Feketebalog by a merge of 13 villages. It played an important role during World War II, as one of the centers of the anti-Nazi Slovak National Uprising.

Cinobana

Cinobana is a village and municipality in the Poltar District in the Banska Bystrica Region of Slovakia. It belongs to the largest municipalities in Poltar District, together with Malinec.

Dekys

Dekys is a village and municipality in Banska Stiavnica District, in the Banska Bystrica Region of Slovakia.

Detvianska Huta

Detvianska Huta is a village and municipality in Detva District, in the Banska Bystrica Region of central Slovakia.

Devicie

Settlements from the Bronze Age and Thracian and Hallstatt finds have been made here. In historical records, the village was first mentioned in 1256 when King Bela IV resettled persons from Devicie to Hontianske Nemce. In the 16th century it belo ...

Dobra Niva

Dobra Niva is a village and municipality of the Zvolen District in the Banska Bystrica Region of Slovakia. The village has a castle.

Dolna Trnavka

In historical records, the village was first mentioned in 1338 Thornoka Inferior. It belonged to Sasov and after to Banska Stiavnica’s Mine Chamber.

Dolna Ves

Dolna Ves: Svab, older: Svaby ; German: Schwabendorf ; Hungarian: Svab) is a village and municipality in Ziar nad Hronom District in the Banska Bystrica Region of central Slovakia. It is near the town of Kremnica. The first written record about t ...

Dolna Zdana

In historical records, the village was first mentioned in 1391 Sdan, when it belonged to Repiste. In the 17th century, it passed to Banska Stiavnica’s Mine Chamber.

Dolny Badin

Dolny Badin is a village and municipality in the Krupina District of the Banska Bystrica Region of Slovakia.

Dolny Harmanec

Dolny Harmanec is a village and municipality of the Banska Bystrica District in the Banska Bystrica Region of Slovakia. It has a population of 204 people.

Domaniky

In historical records, the village was first mentioned in 1135 when it belonged to Janos and Rubin from Esztergom. In 1382 German settlers established here and old records indicate that the village was called Domanik Theutonicalis "German Domanik ...

Donovaly

Donovaly is a village in the Banska Bystrica Region of central Slovakia. Being situated in an important pass between the mountains of Velka Fatra and Starohorske vrchy, on the route connecting Banska Bystrica with Ruzomberok, it became a prominen ...

Drabsko

Set in the highland plateau, it was founded in 1810 after an extensive forest calamity in this area. Count Forgach, the owner of the forests, brought the first group of loggers from Orava region. Soon came the shepherds, and later on the glassmak ...

Drazovce (Banska Bystrica)

See Drazovce church for the church in Drazovce, Nitra. Drazovce German: Dahowitz ; Hungarian: Darazsi is a village and municipality in the Krupina District of the Banska Bystrica Region of Slovakia.

Drienovo

In historical records, the village was first mentioned in 1256 Drino when it belonged to Čabrad Castle. After, in the order, it passed to families Bakocy 16th century, Erdody, Palffy, Krusics Krupina’s Captains, Kohary and Coburg.

Drzkovce

In historical records, the village was first mentioned in 1243 as a royal dominion. In 1318, it belonged to feudatories Bebek. In 1551 it had to pay tributes to Turks. In the 18th century it passed to Csaky and in the 19th century to Coburg. From ...

Dubravy

Dubravy is a village and municipality in Detva District, in the Banska Bystrica Region of central Slovakia.

Dudince

Dudince is a spa town in southern Slovakia. It is the smallest town in Slovakia with only a population of around 1.400. It is known for its mineral water, hot springs and destination spas. Its located near the edge of the Banska Bystrica Region o ...

Filakovske Kovace

In historical records, the village was first mentioned in 1246. It belonged to Fil’akovo town. In 1548 it was destroyed by Turks. From 1938 to 1945 it belonged to Hungary.

Gemer (village)

Gemer Gomer, Gemer ; Hungarian: Sajogomor) is a village and municipality in Revuca District in the Banska Bystrica Region of Slovakia.

Gemerska Ves

It arose in 1964 for the union of the Hrkac Hungarian: Harkacs and Sankovice Hungarian: Sankfalva in a unique municipality. Hrkac was first mentioned, in the past, in 1274 Harkach, when King Ladislav gave the village to Otrocok. In the 16th centu ...

Gemerske Teplice

It arose in 1964 for the union of Gemersky Milhost and Jelsavska Teplica in a unique Municipality. Gemersky Milhost merged in the History in 1258. It belonged, in the order, to Zachy, Mechy and Sahgy noble families. In 1555 it was pillaged by Tur ...

Gemersky Sad

It arose in 1964 for the union of Mikolcany and Novacany Hungarian: Naszray in one Municipality. Mikolcany was first mentioned in 1337 when it belonged to feudatoris Zachy. In 1427 King Ladislav established here some Szekelys. In 1582 it was dest ...

Holisa

In historical records, the village was first mentioned in 1246. It belonged to local nobles Lossonczy. From 1554 to 1594 it was occupied by Turks, and after it passed to Forgach, Kohary and Coburg. A castle had existed in the village until the 15 ...

Hontianske Moravce

Hontianske Moravce is a village situated in southern central Slovakia in Krupina District in the Banska Bystrica Region near the cities of Zvolen and Levice.

Hrinova

The town is located on the Slatina river, under the Polana mountains. It is located app. 13 km 8.08 mi from Detva and 40 km 24.85 mi from Zvolen. A dam is located above the town.

Hrlica

In historical records, the village was first mentioned in 1413 Gerlyche, when it belonged to Derencsenny feudatories. In the 17th century it passed tu Muran.

Hrnciarske Zaluzany

Hrnciarske Zaluzany is a village and municipality in the Poltar District in the Banska Bystrica Region of Slovakia. During history the inhabitants had been engaged in the production of pottery. At the end of 18th century in Hrnciarske Zaluzany ex ...

Hrochoť

The etymology is not completely clear. Slovak dialect hrochotať - to make a noise, hrochoť - a sharp noise sound i.e. compare with Russian грохотать. Rudolf Krajcovic associates the name with pastoralism and the sound of the whip. There are also ...

Hronec

In historical records, the village was first mentioned as Hronecz in 1357, when it was the dominion of Lypche Solienses. In 1390, it was mentioned as Horonecz. As Louis I of Hungary already in 1357 gave to the Royal foresters son - called Pal - t ...

Hronsek

In historical records, the village was first mentioned in 1500, and it has changed its name many times during its History. It belonged to the district of Zvolen. From the 15th century, control of the town passed to the Prokopy family, later to th ...

Hrusov, Velky Krtis District

Hrusov is a village and municipality in the Velky Krtis District of the Banska Bystrica Region of southern Slovakia. Hrusov is located in a historical region Hont.

Hucin

In historical records, the village was first mentioned in 1327. t belonged to local feudatories Gizey. Some Germans established here in the 16th century. From 1938 to 1945 it was annexed by Hungary.

Jalsovik

It arose in 1902 for the union of Dolny and Horny Jalsovik. Dolny and Horny Jalsovik in historical records were first mentioned in 1542 as belonging to Bzovik castle. After on, they passed to local noble families: Szeleny, Bory, Balogy

Janova Lehota

Janova Lehota is a village and municipality in Ziar nad Hronom District in the Banska Bystrica Region of central Slovakia.

Jasenie

In historical records, the village was first mentioned in 1424, as belonging to Slovenska Ľupca town.

Jelsovec

In historical records, the village was first mentioned in 1573 Jelsewcz, Jelsoch. It belonged to Somoskō castle and in the 17th century to Halic. Until the Treaty of Trianon in 1920, it belonged to Hungary and from 1938 to 1945 again.

Kalinovo

Kalinovo is a small village in Poltar District, in the Banska Bystrica Region of Slovakia. In historical records the village was first mentioned in 1279.

Klak

On January 21, 1945 the village was burned by Waffen-SS anti-partisan unit Edelweiss with help of Heimatschutz unit. There were 84 inhabitants of the village killed including 36 children, and all of 132 houses and buildings were destroyed. Numero ...

Kokava nad Rimavicou

Kokava nad Rimavicou is a village and municipality in the Poltar District in the Banska Bystrica Region of Slovakia. The village stands in the Stolica Mountains of the Inner Western Carpathians. Kokava in the past had been center for regional gla ...

Kovacova, Zvolen District

The village was first mentioned in 1254 as Koachou, and it was standing approximately 2 km west from present-day village. A hot spring was discovered in 1898 and soon after 1899, 1905 was used for spa purposes.

Kozi Vrbovok

Kozi Vrbovok is a village and municipality in the Krupina District of the Banska Bystrica Region of Slovakia, 4 miles south-south east of Krupina. As of 2013 it had a population of 169 people. The municipality covers an area of 5.34 km².

Kralova hola

Kralova hola is the highest mountain of the eastern part of the Low Tatras in central Slovakia. Four rivers rise at its foot: Čierny Vah, Hnilec, Hornad, and Hron. The summit, easily accessible by hiking trails from Telgart as well as by a paved ...