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Basic information about Trenciansky
The Trenčín Region (Slovak: Trenčiansky kraj; Czech: Trenčínský kraj) is one of the eight Slovak administrative regions. It consists of 9 districts (okresy). The region was established in 1996, before it has been a part of West-Slovakian region (Západoslovenský kraj) and partly central Slovakian region (Stredoslovenský kraj). Industry is a main branch of region economy.
Cities, towns & villages in Trenciansky
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ČachticeČachtice (pronounced Hungarian: Csejte) is a village in Nové Mesto nad Váhom District in western Slovakia with a population of 4,010 (as of 2014). The village is situated between the Danubian Lowland and the Little Carpathians. It is best known for the ruins of the nearby Čachtice Castle, home of Elizabeth Báthory who is alleged to be the world's most prolific female serial killer. The castle stands on a hill featuring rare plants, and the area was declared a national nature reserve (Čachtický hradný vrch) for this reason. Show Čachticeon the map
TrenčínTrencsén county (Latin: comitatus Trentsiniensis / Trenchiniensis; Hungarian: Trencsén (vár)megye; Slovak: Trenčiansky komitát / Trenčianska stolica / Trenčianska župa; German: Trentschiner Gespanschaft / Komitat) was an administrative county (comitatus) of the Kingdom of Hungary. Its territory is now in western Slovakia. Show Trenčínon the map
Považská BystricaPovažská Bystrica (Slovak pronunciation: [ˈpoʋaʃskaː ˈbistritsa] (13px listen); German: Waagbistritz; Hungarian: Vágbeszterce) is a town in northwestern Slovakia. It is located on the Váh river, around 30 km from the city of Žilina. It belongs to Upper Váh region of tourism. Show Považská Bystricaon the map
Dubnica nad VáhomDubnica nad Váhom (; Slovak before 1927: Dubnica, German: Dubnitz an der Waag, Hungarian: Máriatölgyes, before 1899 Dubnic(z)) is a town in the Ilava District, Trenčín Region in Slovakia. Show Dubnica nad Váhomon the map
Brezová pod BradlomBrezová pod Bradlom (German: Birkenhain; Hungarian: Berezó) is a town in the Myjava District, Trenčín Region, western Slovakia, at the western foothills of the Little Carpathians, in the Myjavské Kopanice region. Show Brezová pod Bradlomon the map
Nové Mesto nad VáhomNové Mesto nad Váhom (German: Neustadt an der Waag, Neustadtl, Waag-Neustadtl, Waagneustadtl, Waag-Neustadt; Hungarian: Vágújhely, Vág-Újhely) is a town in the Trenčín Region of Slovakia. Show Nové Mesto nad Váhomon the map
Stará MyjavaStará Myjava (German: Alt-Miawa, Hungarian: Ómiava) is a village and municipality in Myjava District in the Trenčín Region of north-western Slovakia. Show Stará Myjavaon the map
Červený KameňČervený Kameň (Hungarian: Vöröskő) is a village and municipality in Ilava District in the Trenčín Region of north-western Slovakia. Show Červený Kameňon the map
BrestovecBrestovec (Hungarian: Brezóvölgy) is a village and municipality in Myjava District in the Trenčín Region of north-western Slovakia. Show Brestovecon the map
KrajnéKrajné (Hungarian: Karaj) is a village and municipality in Myjava District in the Trenčín Region of north-western Slovakia. Show Krajnéon the map
Bánovce nad BebravouBánovce nad Bebravou (German: Banowitz, Hungarian: Bán) is a town in Slovakia, in the Trenčín Region. Show Bánovce nad Bebravouon the map
Stará TuráStará Turá (German: Alt-Turn, Hungarian: Ótura) is a town in the Trenčín Region in western Slovakia. Show Stará Turáon the map
Nová DubnicaNová Dubnica (German: Neudubnitz; Hungarian: Újtölgyes) is a town in Trenčín Region, Slovakia. Show Nová Dubnicaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Trenciansky
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Okres PartizánskePartizánske District (Slovak: okres Partizánske, Hungarian: Simonyi járás) is a district in the Trenčín Region of Western Slovakia. It had been established in 1996, district area was previously a part of Topoľčany District. Partizánske district consists of 23 municipalities, from which 1 has a town status. Its main economic and cultural center is its seat Partizánske Industry is a dominant branch. Density of population is ca. 1.5 times higher, than average is Slovakia.Show on map
TrencinThe Trenčín Region (Slovak: Trenčiansky kraj; Czech: Trenčínský kraj) is one of the eight Slovak administrative regions. It consists of 9 districts (okresy). The region was established in 1996, before it has been a part of West-Slovakian region (Západoslovenský kraj) and partly central Slovakian region (Stredoslovenský kraj). Industry is a main branch of region economy.Show on map
Okres PrievidzaPrievidza District (Slovak: okres Prievidza, Hungarian: Privigyei járás) is a district in the Trenčín Region of western Slovakia. Until 1918, the district was mostly part of the county of Kingdom of Hungary of Nyitra, apart from a small area in the south west around Handlová which formed part of the county of Bars.Show on map
Okres Bánovce nad BebravouBánovce nad Bebravou District (Slovak: okres Bánovce nad Bebravou, Hungarian: Báni járás) is a district in the Trenčín Region of western Slovakia. Until 1918, the district was mostly part of the county of Kingdom of Hungary of Trencsén, except for a small area in the south which formed part of the county of Nyitra.Show on map
Okres Nové Mesto nad VáhomNové Mesto nad Váhom District (Slovak: okres Nové Mesto nad Váhom, Hungarian: Vágújhelyi járás) is a district in the Trenčín Region of western Slovakia. Until 1918, the district was mostly part of the county of Kingdom of Hungary of Nyitra, with an area in the north forming part of the county of Trencsén.Show on map
Okres PúchovPúchov District (Slovak: okres Púchov, Hungarian: Puhói járás) is a district in the Trenčín Region of western Slovakia. Until 1918, the district was part of the county of Kingdom of Hungary of Trencsén. It belongs to Upper Váh region of tourism.Show on map
Okres Považská BystricaPovažská Bystrica District (Slovak: okres Považská Bystrica, pronounced [ˈokres ˈpoʋaʃskaː ˈbistritsa]; Hungarian: Vágbesztercei járás) is a district in the Trenčín Region of western Slovakia. Until 1918, the district was part of the county of Kingdom of Hungary of Trencsén.Show on map
Okres TrenčínTrenčín District (Slovak: okres Trenčín (or Trenčiansky okres), Hungarian: Trencséni járás) is a district in the Trenčín Region of north-western Slovakia. It borders the districts of Bánovce nad Bebravou, Nové Mesto nad Váhom and Ilava. In the north-west, the Slovak state border also forms the border of the Trenčín district.Show on map
Okres IlavaIlava District (Slovak: okres Ilava, Hungarian: Illavai járás) is a district in the Trenčín Region of western Slovakia. Until 1918, the district was part of the county of Kingdom of Hungary of Trencsén.Show on map
Okres MyjavaMyjava (Slovak pronunciation: [ˈmijaʋa]; historically also Miava, German: Miawa, Hungarian: Miava) is a town in Trenčín Region, Slovakia.Show on map