Sídlisko Ťahanovce

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Sídlisko Ťahanovce

Sídlisko Ťahanovce ([pronunciation: 'seedlisko 'tyahano-utse], literally: Ťahanovce Housing Estate, Hungarian: Tihany-lakótelep) is a city part of Košice, Slovakia.

Construction of the microdistrict began in May 1985. Today there are more than 22,000 people living in Sídlisko Ťahanovce (1/10 of all Košice's inhabitants). It is the youngest suburb of Košice assigned especially for young families.

Sídlisko Ťahanovce is closely connected with the city part Ťahanovce. It was an independent village until 1969. The first written mention about Ťahanovce dates back to 1263. Today it is home to approximately 2,000 (prevailingly elder) people.


  • Area: 7.7 km²
  • Population: 22,522
  • Population density: 2,925/km²
  • District: Košice I
  • Mayor: JUDr. Cyril Betuš

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Coordinates: 48°45′14″N 21°16′03″E / 48.75389°N 21.26750°E / 48.75389; 21.26750