The population is about 96% Slovak and 3% Hungarian, with other small ethnic minorities, mainly gypsy. Also, as of 2003 there is one Chilean-American living in the center of the village. There was once a sizable Jewish population consisting of several families; all of them were deported to concentration camps during the years of world war II. There is a small but interesting Jewish cemetery on the village's outskirts.
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