Slovenské Nové Mesto

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Slovenské Nové Mesto
Slovenské Nové Mesto - stanica.JPG
Train station in Slovenské Nové Mesto
Country Slovakia
Region Košice Region
District Trebišov District
Elevation 104 m (341 ft)
Coordinates 48°24′10″N 21°40′10″E / 48.40278°N 21.66944°E / 48.40278; 21.66944Coordinates: 48°24′10″N 21°40′10″E / 48.40278°N 21.66944°E / 48.40278; 21.66944
Area 13.382 km2 (5 sq mi)
Population 1,053 (31 December 2005)
Density 79/km2 (205/sq mi)
Separation 1920
Mayor Ján Kalinič
Timezone CET (UTC+1)
 - summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 076 33
Phone prefix 421-56
Car plate TV
Location of Slovenské Nové Mesto within Slovakia
Location of Slovenské Nové Mesto within Slovakia
Wikimedia Commons: Slovenské Nové Mesto

Slovenské Nové Mesto (Hungarian: Újhely, Kisújhely or Szlovákújhely) is a village and municipality in the Trebišov District in the Košice Region of south-eastern Slovakia.


The village is a former suburb of the Hungarian city of Sátoraljaújhely, which was separated from the rest of the city by the border of the newly created Czechoslovakia in 1920. The Košice - Mukacheve railway-line made the village strategically important.


The village lies at an altitude of 104 metres and covers an area of 13.382 km². It has a population of about 1060 people


The village is about 87% Slovak and 13% Hungarian


The present mayor is Ján Kalinič.


The village has a public library and a football pitch.


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Since 1920 the border set on the Roňava / Ronyva stream separates the village from Sátoraljaújhely
Border between Sátoraljaújhely (left) and Slovenské Nové Mesto