The Magyar population founded the settlement before the final and decisive victory of Magyars in Pozsony Battle (at the beginning of 10th century). In historical records the village was first mentioned in 1372.
The Timotheus Society (belonging to Calvinist-Reformed Church) founded an orphanage. The orphanage was abolished by Soviet attacs and the ethnical crimes committed against Magyar population following the 1945 Kassa-Kosice declaration by National-Socialist Party of CSR.
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