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The Bratislava Region (Slovak: Bratislavský kraj) is one of the administrative regions of Slovakia. Its capital is Bratislava. The region was first established in 1923 and in its present borders exists from 1996. It is the richest region in Slovakia, the region with the highest level of urbanisation, 85% and according to 2013 Eurostat statistics it is with €43,100 GDP per capita the fifth richest EU region. It is also the smallest of the eight regions of Slovakia.
Cities, towns & villages in Bratislavsky
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RecaRecA is a 38 kilodalton protein essential for the repair and maintenance of DNA. A RecA structural and functional homolog has been found in every species in which one has been seriously sought and serves as an archetype for this class of homologous DNA repair proteins. The homologous protein is called RAD51 in eukaryotes and RadA in archaea. RecA has multiple activities, all related to DNA repair. In the bacterial SOS response, it has a co-protease function in the autocatalytic cleavage of the LexA repressor and the λ repressor. Show Recaon the map
BratislavaBratislava or /ˌbrɑː-/; Slovak pronunciation: [ˈbracislaʋa] (13px listen); also known by other names) is the capital of Slovakia, and with a population of about 450,000, the country's largest city. The greater metropolitan area is home to more than 650,000 people. Bratislava is in southwestern Slovakia, occupying both banks of the River Danube and the left bank of the River Morava. Bordering Austria and Hungary, it is the only national capital that borders two independent countries. Show Bratislavaon the map
Dunajská LužnáDunajská Lužná is a municipality (village) in the Bratislava Region of western Slovakia in Senec District. Dunajská Lužná lies approximately 15 km from the capital city of Bratislava towards Dunajská Streda and Komárno. It was founded on 1 January 1974 consisting of three formerly separate villages - Nové Košariská (former German name: Mischdorf, former Hungarian name: Misérd), Jánošíková (former name: Dienesdi or Dénesd) and Nová Lipnica (former German name: Tartsendorf, former Hungarian name: Torcs). Dunajská Lužná belongs to the vicinity of Bratislava. There is increasing building activity because of new inhabitants coming from Bratislava or other cities. Show Dunajská Lužnáon the map
Karlova VesKarlova Ves is a city borough of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. It is located in the western part of the city close to the river Danube on the slopes of the Little Carpathians mountains and it is part of the Bratislava IV administrative district. A small, wine-making village for most of its history it was assimilated into Bratislava in the 1940s and in 1957, the construction of a large socialist panelák suburb started. Today, Karlova Ves has approximately 33,000 inhabitants and university dormitories in Mlynská dolina house an additional 15,000 students at the total area of 7874 meters squared. Show Karlova Veson the map
Slovenský GrobSlovenský Grob (Hungarian: Tótgurab) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Pezinok District in the Bratislava region. Slovenský Grob, in the foothills of the Small Carpathians, is geographically disposed to the rearing of geese. Its lakes, marshes and rich pastures – the result of a brook that formerly coursed through the village – are all factors in producing the ideal gosherding landscape. Show Slovenský Grobon the map
MalackyMalacky (-Slovak, German: Malatzka, Hungarian: Malacka) is a town and municipality in western Slovakia around 35 kilometres (22 miles) north from capital Bratislava. From the second half of the 10th century until 1918, it was part of the Kingdom of Hungary. The name of the city, which was first mentioned in writing in 1206, refers to the Hungarian word \"Malacka\" which means \"piglet\" in Hungarian and because the town seal features a pig. Show Malackyon the map
Chorvátský GrobChorvátsky Grob (Croatian: Hrvatski Grob, Hungarian: Horvátgurab, Horvát-Gurab, German: Kroatisch-Eisgrub) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava region. The village's name Chorvátsky means Croatian. This refers to the Croatian people that have lived in the area since the early 16th century. This population arrived here after escaping the area between Sisak and Kostajnica during the Ottoman Wars. The area was settled by Croatians escaping from Turkish Ottoman raids which helps explain the etymology of the present-day name from \"Horvát Gurab\" to \"Chorvátsky Grob\" (Croatian Grave) used at the present time. Show Chorvátský Grobon the map
LozornoLozorno is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Malacky District in the Bratislava region.Lozorno lies near the western slopes of the Small Carpathians in the southern Záhorská lowlands. In the center of the village is the Church of St. Catherine of Alexandria, which dates from 1629. The village is also home to old monument statues of St. Florian and St. John of Nepomuk. Lozorno has several restaurants and pubs as well as a three-star hotel that provides accommodation and restaurant services. Show Lozornoon the map
Devínska Nová VesDevínska Nová Ves (Hungarian: Dévényújfalu, Croatian: Devinsko Novo Selo, German: Theben-Neudorf) is a borough of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. Its western borders are formed by the Morava River, which also represents the national border between Slovakia and Austria.Devínska Nová Ves is notable mainly for its large Volkswagen factory and for being the last Slovak stop on the main train line to Vienna. However, it does have some hidden gems worth exploring. Among other things, it is home to the largest Croatian community in Slovakia, and has a museum to prove it. Croatian is still spoken here, as well as in Čuňovo and Jarovce, villages on the south bank of the Danube. The wider presence of Croatian settlers is recalled by local place names such as Chorvátsky Grob, north-east of Brati Show Devínska Nová Veson the map
ModraModra (German: Modern, Hungarian: Modor, Latin: Modur) is a city and municipality in the Bratislava Region in Slovakia. It has a population of 8,704 as of 2005. It nestles in the foothills of the Malé Karpaty (Little Carpathian mountains) and is an excellent centre of hiking. Modra is famous for its pottery industry. Its blue-and-white porcelain is famous throughout Slovakia.It is also known as one of the most important viticulture centres in the Little Carpathians region. Show Modraon the map
Staré MestoThe Old Town of Bratislava (Slovak: Staré Mesto) is the historic center and one of the boroughs of Bratislava, in the Bratislava Region of Slovakia. It is coextensive with the smallest Slovak administrative district by area, Bratislava I. It contains the small, but preserved medieval city center, Bratislava Castle and other important landmarks. Bratislava's Old Town is known for its many churches, a riverbank promenade and cultural institutions, it is also the location of most of the foreign states embassies and important Slovak institutions including the National Council of the Slovak Republic; the Summer Archbishop's Palace, seat of the Government of Slovakia; and Grassalkovich Palace, seat of the President of Slovakia. Show Staré Mestoon the map
Záhorská VesZáhorská Ves (previous name: Uhorská Ves; German: Ungeraiden; Hungarian: Magyarfalu) is a village situated north of Bratislava, the capital city of Slovakia. It is part of the Malacky District and Bratislava Region. The village is located on the Morava river, which forms the border between Slovakia and Austria. A river ferry operates between the village and Angern an der March in Austria Záhorská Ves is the westernmost settlement in Slovakia and is located near the westernmost point in Slovakia (around 48°23′N 16°50′E / 48.383°N 16.833°E) Show Záhorská Veson the map
DúbravkaDúbravka (Slovak pronunciation: [ˈduːbrawka]) is a city borough of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. It is located in the north-western part of the city, lying on the slopes of the Little Carpathians mountains. It is part of the Bratislava IV administrative district. The city borough covers 862 ha and is home to approximately 39,000 inhabitants. The borough is served by both public transport trams and buses, yet Dúbravka is known for the low level of service provided here. Show Dúbravkaon the map
LamačLamač is the smallest borough of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, lying in the northern part of the city. Part of the Bratislava IV district, Lamač is home to approximately 7 thousand inhabitants. Until 1946, Lamač was a small independent village, but it was incorporated into the city Bratislava. In the past, Lamač was known for its vineyards and as an agricultural and fruit supplier for Bratislava's markets. Show Lamačon the map
DevínDevín (Slovak pronunciation: [ˈɟeʋiːn]; Hungarian: Dévény, German: Theben) originally a separate village at the confluence of the Danube and Morava rivers, is now a suburb of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. It is an important archaeological site, famous for the ruins of Devín Castle. Devín lies near the Devín Gate, a narrow stretch on the river Danube, which was viewed as the western gateway to the Kingdom of Hungary. The word Devín stems from the Slovak word deva, which signifies \"a girl\". \n* \n* \n* Show Devínon the map
MariankaMarianka is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Malacky District in the Bratislava region, in the foothills of the Little Carpathians. The village is the oldest pilgrimage site in Slovakia and the first pilgrimage site dedicated to Virgin Mary in the area of former Hungarian Kingdom. It used to be as famous as the well known Mariazell in Austria and the Polish pilgrimage place Częstochowa. The communist regime between years 1948-1989 suppressed all religious activity and the village as a pilgrimage site was planned for demise, however the village survived. Show Mariankaon the map
Záhorská BystricaZáhorská Bystrica (German: Bisternitz, Hungarian: Pozsonybeszterce) is a borough in northern Bratislava. It is a small borough with preserved peasants' houses and more recent modern villas and estates. The first preserved written account of the settlement dates to 1208 under the name Bisztric. Croatian settlement here dates to 1520. The settlement became a part of Bratislava on January 1, 1972. The borough is home to Slovakia's major TV station, TV Markíza. Its proximity to the Little Carpathians offers opportunities for tourism and sporting activities. Show Záhorská Bystricaon the map
Veľké LeváreVeľké Leváre (Hungarian: Nagylévárd, Nagy-Lévárd, German: Gross-Schützen, Großschützen) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Malacky District in the Bratislava region. The first written notice about the village has its origins in the year 1378. The village Veľké Leváre is situated in the reach of well-known centers: Bratislava, Vienna, Brno. The village is placed on a historically important trade route, its history is recorded as a settlement of archers and as a border watch post. Show Veľké Leváreon the map
MysleniceGrinava (German: Grünau) is a historical village in Slovakia, now a suburb of the town of Pezinok. It contains a listed 14th-century church originally built by Saxon colonists. During the Second World War a prison camp for American POWs was located in the village. Towards the end of the Second World War there was fighting in and around Grinava between German and Soviet forces. Under the Czechoslovak Republic (1948-1990) the village was renamed Myslenice. It has since reverted to its earlier name. Show Mysleniceon the map
Veľké ČaníkovceŠenkvice (Hungarian: Senkőc) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Pezinok District in the Bratislava region. The town of roughly 4400 people lies east of Pezinok and south of Modra, and is connected to each via a main road. Another road connects Šenkvice to Blatné, which lies about five kilometers (three miles) south-east. Šenkvice is said to be the largest Slovak municipality without a city status. Show Veľké Čaníkovceon the map
KolibaKoliba is the name of a locality in Bratislava, Slovakia, which is situated on the foothills of the Little Carpathians. It administratively belongs to the Nové Mesto borough and is part of the Bratislava Forest Park. The Kamzík TV Tower and the Kamzík Hill (Slovak: vrch Kamzík) (439 m) are located at the edge of the locality. It is also home to the Koliba Film Studios (Slovak: Filmové ateliéry Koliba). Show Kolibaon the map
Svätý JurSvätý Jur (German: Sankt Georgen, Hungarian: Szentgyörgy) is a small town northeast of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. The name means Saint George, and the town's coat of arms shows the saint killing the dragon. Between 1960 and 1990, the Communist government forced the town to use a \"non-religious\" name Jur pri Bratislave. Svätý Jur has a population of almost 5,000. Show Svätý Juron the map
PezinokPezinok (Hungarian: Bazin; German: Bösing) is a city in southwestern Slovakia. It is roughly 20 km (12.43 mi) northeast of Bratislava and, as of December 2014, had a population of 24,070. Pezinok lies near the Little Carpathians and thrives mainly on viticulture and agriculture, as well as on brick making and ceramic(s) production. Show Pezinokon the map
SenecSenec is a town in the Bratislava Region of south-western Slovakia. It is a well known summer tourism and recreation center. The town is attractive not only because of the proximity of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, but also because of the healthy environment and summer resort \"Slnečné jazerá\" (\"Sunny Lakes\"). Show Senecon the map
KuchyňaKuchyňa is a municipality in the Malacky District in the Bratislava Region of western Slovakia close to the town of Malacky, north-west of Slovakia's capital Bratislava. The Kuchyňa airbase, often used by the US Air Force for training purposes, is located approximately 18 kilometers east of the city of Malacky. Show Kuchyňaon the map
BlatnéBlatné (Hungarian: Pozsonysárfő) is a mid-sized village in Senec District in the Bratislava Region of western Slovakia, about 5 km north of Senec. It lies on the fork of roads connecting Senec with Trnava and Senec with Modra and Pezinok. Currently, the village has around 1,500 inhabitants. Show Blatnéon the map
ČastáČastá (Hungarian: Cseszte, German: Schattmannsdorf) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Pezinok District in the Bratislava Region, on the foothills of the Little Carpathians. The village is best known for the Červený Kameň Castle, which is above the village. Show Častáon the map
ČatajČataj (Hungarian: Csataj) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava region. This typical agricultural village has fewer than 1000 inhabitants and is located aside from major roads, roughly between Senec and Trnava. Show Čatajon the map
BorinkaBorinka is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Malacky District in the Bratislava Region, at the foothills of the Little Carpathians, best known for the Pajštún Castle, but it is also area with a lots of week-end houses (Slovak: chata). Show Borinkaon the map
RusovceRusovce (Croatian: Rosvar, Hungarian: Oroszvár (both means \"Russian (Ruthenian, Ukrainian) castle\"), German: Karlburg, Rossenburg, Kerchenburg) is a borough in southern Bratislava on the right bank of the Danube river, close to the Hungarian border. Show Rusovceon the map
IgramIgram (Hungarian: Igrám) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava Region. It is located northeast of Senec, between the villages of Kaplna and Čataj. Currently, the village has around 550 inhabitants. Show Igramon the map
KaplnaKaplna (Hungarian: Erzsébetkápolna) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava Region. It is located about ten kilometres (6.25 miles) north-east of Senec on a road connecting Senec with Trnava. Show Kaplnaon the map
PetržalkaPetržalka (Slovak pronunciation: [ˈpetr̩ʒalka]; German: Engerau / Audorf; Hungarian: Pozsonyligetfalu) is the largest borough of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. Situated on the right bank of the river Danube, the area shares a land border with Austria, and is home to around 120,000 people. Show Petržalkaon the map
Bratislava - VajnoryVajnory is a small borough in the northeast of Bratislava, Slovakia. Milan Rastislav Štefánik international airport is located near Vajnory. Another airport - Vajnory Airport, which was the first airport in Slovakia - closed in 2006. Show Bratislava - Vajnoryon the map
ViničnéViničné ˙(Hungarian: Hattyúpatak) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Pezinok District in the Bratislava region. The village is known for archery. In 2006, Viničné held the 6th World University Archery Championship. Show Viničnéon the map
Nové MestoNové Mesto (meaning New Town) is a borough of Bratislava, in the Bratislava III district. It is located north and north-east of the Old Town. The borough also borders Rača, Vajnory, Ružinov, Lamač and Záhorská Bystrica boroughs. Show Nové Mestoon the map
Vysoká pri MoraveVysoká pri Morave (German: Hochstädten / Hochstetten; Hungarian: Nagymagasfalu) is a village north of Bratislava, the capital city of Slovakia. It is situated in the Malacky District, Bratislava Region on the border to Austria. Show Vysoká pri Moraveon the map
BáhoňBáhoň (Hungarian: Báhony) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Pezinok District in the Bratislava Region. The village of roughly 1650 people is located next to Kaplná, east of Pezinok and south-west of Trnava. Show Báhoňon the map
ZávodZávod is a village and municipality within the Malacky District in the Bratislava region of western Slovakia. As of 31 December 2009, the municipality had an area of 27.3 km² and a population density of 101 people per km². Show Závodon the map
ČunovoČunovo (Croatian: Čunovo, Hungarian: Dunacsún, Duna-Csún, German: Sandorf) is a small part of Bratislava, Slovakia, in the southern area near the Hungarian border. It is located close to the Gabčíkovo - Nagymaros Dams. Show Čunovoon the map
HliníkLimbach (German: Limbach, Hungarian: Limpak) is a municipality in western Slovakia in Pezinok District in the Bratislava Region, under the Little Carpathians. It is particularly well known for its production of wine. Show Hliníkon the map
JakubovJakubov (German: Jakobsdorf, Hungarian: Nagyjakabfalva) is a village in Malacky District in the Bratislava Region of western Slovakia close to the town of Malacky, north-west of Slovakia's capital Bratislava. Show Jakubovon the map
StudienkaStudienka is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Malacky District in the Bratislava region. The mayor of studienka is Zita Kurova. Studienka has something about 1.600 inhabitants. Show Studienkaon the map
JablonovéJablonové (German: Apfelsbach) is a village in Malacky District in the Bratislava Region of western Slovakia close to the town of Malacky, north-west of Slovakia's capital Bratislava. Show Jablonovéon the map
BernolákovoBernolákovo (Hungarian: Cseklész, German: Lanschütz, former Slovak names: Čeklís, Čeklýs) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava Region. Show Bernolákovoon the map
VištukVištuk (Hungarian: Kárpáthalas) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Pezinok District in the Bratislava region. The town is located north of Senec and east of Modra. Show Vištukon the map
RohožníkRohožník (German: Rohrbach) is a village in Malacky District in the Bratislava Region of western Slovakia close to the town of Malacky, northwest of Slovakia's capital Bratislava. Show Rohožníkon the map
Hrubá BoršaHrubá Borša or Nagyborsa (in Slovak: Hrubá Borša, in Hungarian: Nagyborsa) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava Region. Show Hrubá Boršaon the map
Podunajské BiskupicePodunajské Biskupice (1927–1944 Biskupice pri Dunaji, before 1927 Biskupice) is a borough of Bratislava. It is the largest borough in the terms of area in Bratislava. Show Podunajské Biskupiceon the map
Hrubý ŠúrHrubý Šúr or Hegysúr (in Slovak: Hrubý Šúr, in Hungarian: Hegysúr) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava Region. Show Hrubý Šúron the map
Kostolná pri DunajiKostolná pri Dunaji (Hungarian: Egyházfa, meaning Church Tree) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava Region. Show Kostolná pri Dunajion the map
Veľký BielVeľký Biel(Slovak: Veľký Biel, Hungarian: Magyarbél) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava Region. Show Veľký Bielon the map
RovinkaRovinka (German : Waltersdorf) (Hungarian: Csölle) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava Region. Show Rovinkaon the map
PílaPíla (Hungarian: Gidrafűrész, German: Sägmühl) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Pezinok District in the Bratislava region. Show Pílaon the map
Ivanka pri DunajiIvanka pri Dunaji (Hungarian: Pozsonyivánka) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava Region. Show Ivanka pri Dunajion the map
StupavaStupava (German: Stampfen; Hungarian: Stomfa) is a town in western Slovakia. It is situated in the Malacky District, Bratislava Region. Show Stupavaon the map
Hurbanova VesHurbanova Ves (Hungarian: Hurbánfalva) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava Region. Show Hurbanova Veson the map
SološnicaSološnica (German: Breitenbrunn); is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Malacky District in the Bratislava Region. Show Sološnicaon the map
MiloslavovMiloslavov (Hungarian: Annamajor) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava Region. Show Miloslavovon the map
BudmericeBudmerice (Hungarian: Gidrafa) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Pezinok District in the Bratislava region. Show Budmericeon the map
DoľanyDoľany (Hungarian: Ottóvölgy) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Pezinok District in the Bratislava region. Show Doľanyon the map
DubováDubová (Hungarian: Cserfalu) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Pezinok District in the Bratislava region. Show Dubováon the map
MalinovoMalinovo (Hungarian: Éberhárd) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava Region. Show Malinovoon the map
JablonecJablonec (Hungarian: Halmos) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Pezinok District in the Bratislava region. Show Jablonecon the map
KalinkovoKalinkovo (Hungarian: Szemet) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava Region. Show Kalinkovoon the map
TureňTureň (Hungarian: Zonctorony) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava Region. Show Tureňon the map
JarovceJarovce (Hungarian: Horvátjárfalu, Horvát-Járfalu, Croatian: Hrvatski Jandrof) is a small borough of Bratislava, Slovakia. Show Jarovceon the map
Plavecké PodhradiePlavecké Podhradie is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in the Malacky District in the Bratislava region. Show Plavecké Podhradieon the map
TomášovTomášov (Hungarian: Fél) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava Region. Show Tomášovon the map
ŠtefanováŠtefanová is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Pezinok District in the Bratislava region. Show Štefanováon the map
VrakuňaVrakuňa is a borough of Bratislava, Slovakia. It is divided by into two parts by the Little Danube river. Show Vrakuňaon the map
PernekPernek is a village and municipality in Malacky District in the Bratislava Region of western Slovakia. Show Pernekon the map
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States, regions, administrative units in Bratislavsky
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Okres Bratislava VBratislava V is an okres (district) of Bratislava in the Bratislava Region of Slovakia. It is the largest Bratislava district and covers southern areas of Bratislava, including the boroughs of Petržalka, Jarovce, Rusovce and Čunovo. It is bordered by the Danube river to the north and east, which forms its borders with the Bratislava IV, Bratislava I, Bratislava II and Senec districts. It borders on Hungary in the south and Austria in the west. Until 1918, the northern part of the district was part of the Hungarian county of Pozsony, while the southern part was part of the county of Moson. It is the only Slovak district which is situated on the right bank of the Danube.Show on map
Okres Bratislava IVBratislava IV is an okres (district) of Bratislava in the Bratislava Region of Slovakia. It covers the north-western parts of Bratislava, including the boroughs of Devín, Devínska Nová Ves, Dúbravka, Karlova Ves, Lamač and Záhorská Bystrica. It is bordered by the Morava River in the west (which also forms the border with Austria), Malacky District in the north, the Pezinok and Bratislava III districts in the east, Bratislava I district in the south-east, by a short part of Bratislava V district in the south and again by Austria along the Danube river.Show on map
Okres PezinokPezinok District (okres Pezinok) is a district inthe Bratislava Region of western Slovakia The district had been established in 1996, from 1923 was its area part of Modra District. It is situated on the foothills of Malé Karpaty hills, and is known for its vineyard production. Industry is located mostly in its seat, town of Pezinok, which is the largest district municipality. Of cultural importance is town Modra. Many inhabitants daily travel to Bratislava for work, shopping, or education.Show on map
BratislavaThe Bratislava Region (Slovak: Bratislavský kraj) is one of the administrative regions of Slovakia. Its capital is Bratislava. The region was first established in 1923 and in its present borders exist from 1996. It is the smallest of the eight regions of Slovakia as well as the most urbanized.Show on map
Okres Bratislava IBratislava I is a district in the city of Bratislava. It is identical with its sole borough, Bratislava's Old Town (Slovak: Staré mesto, German: Pressburg - Altstadt, Hungarian: Pozsony - Óváros). With an area of 10 square kilometers, it is the smallest district of Slovakia. It is completely surrounded by other Bratislava districts: Bratislava II, Bratislava III, Bratislava IV and Bratislava V.Show on map
Okres MalackyThe Malacky District (Slovak: okres Malacky) is a district inthe Bratislava Region of western Slovakia. It lies north from Bratislava on Záhorská nížina lowland. Its current borders have been established in 1996. The administrative seat is its largest town, Malacky. In the Malacky District the industrial park Eurovalley is located, on area of 1500ha with several thousand employees.Show on map
Okres SenecSenec District (okres Senec) is a district in the Bratislava Region of western Slovakia. It had been established in 1996. The district is largely a bedroom community for Bratislava and is also known for its recreational possibilities, foremost the area of Slnečné jazerá (Sunny Lakes). The administrative seat is its largest town, Senec.Show on map
Okres Bratislava IIIBratislava III is an okres (district) of Bratislava in the Bratislava Region of Slovakia. The district includes the boroughs of Nové Mesto, Rača and Vajnory. It has an area of 75 km² and 61,418 inhabitants. It is bordered by the Bratislava I, Bratislava II, Bratislava IV, Pezinok and Senec districts.Show on map
Okres Bratislava IIThe Bratislava II is an okres (district) of Bratislava in the Bratislava Region of Slovakia. It covers south-eastern part of Bratislava, including the boroughs of Ružinov, Podunajské Biskupice and Vrakuňa. It is bordered by the Bratislava I, Bratislava III, Bratislava V and Senec districts.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Bratislavsky
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Devínska KobylaDevínska Kobyla (Slovak pronunciation: [ˈɟeʋiːnska ˈkobila]; German: Thebener Kogel) is the highest peak in the Devín Carpathians, part of the Little Carpathians mountain range, and the highest point of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. It is located between the boroughs of Devínska Nová Ves, Devín and Dúbravka, close to the border with Austria. Its peak elevation is 514 m (1686.3 ft) AMSL and its treeless summit contains an abandoned military rocket base (Slovak: Rádiotechnická hláska protivzdušnej obrany štátu) that is officially inaccessible to the public.Show on map
VysokáVysoká is the second-highest mountain in the Little Carpathians mountains, part of the Carpathians mountain range, located above the village Kuchyňa in Slovakia. The mountain is part of Nature Reserve Vysoká protected area. The 754-meter (2,474 ft) AMSL high peak offers views of the surrounding Little Carpathians' relief, Tribeč mountains, Považský Inovec and Podunajská pahorkatina. On a fine day, it offers views of extended parts of landscape with even the Austrian Alps being clearly visible.Show on map