Tesárske Mlyňany

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Tesárske Mlyňany
Village
Arboretum-sk8.JPG
Arborétum Mlyňany
Country Slovakia
Region Nitra
District Zlaté Moravce
Elevation 165 m (541 ft)
Coordinates 48°21′10″N 18°21′30″E / 48.35278°N 18.35833°E / 48.35278; 18.35833Coordinates: 48°21′10″N 18°21′30″E / 48.35278°N 18.35833°E / 48.35278; 18.35833
Area 18.007 km2 (6.953 sq mi)
Population 1,652 (2004-12-31)
Density 92/km2 (238/sq mi)
First mentioned 1075
Postal code 951 76
Car plate ZM
Location of Tesárske Mlyňany in Slovakia
Location of Tesárske Mlyňany in Slovakia
Location of Tesárske Mlyňany in the Nitra Region
Location of Tesárske Mlyňany in the Nitra Region
Wikimedia Commons: Tesárske Mlyňany
Statistics: MOŠ/MIS
Website: www.pozitaviesirocina.sk

Tesárske Mlyňany is a village and municipality in Zlaté Moravce District of the Nitra Region, in western-central Slovakia.[1][2]

History[edit]

The town was originally formed by association of two previously separate villages, Tesáre nad Žitavou and Mlynany. Tesárske means Carpenter and so its name means Carpenter over the Zittau River and is among the oldest settlements in the region, first recorded as a settlement of Tazzari in 1075AD although Archaeological findings show settlement since the 9th century. Mlynany is first recorded as Malonian in 1209AD. Both names come from craft focus of its inhabitants.[3]

Geography[edit]

The village lies in the Zittau upland, on both banks of the Zittau river, about 4 km south of the town of Zlaté Moravce. [4] Nitra is the nearest large town. The village is accessed by the R1 expressway and I/65 road, leading north-south. The population is 1787 [5]and has an area of 18km² [6]The municipality lies at an altitude of 170 metres and covers an area of 18.007 km². In 2011 it had a population of 1683 inhabitants.[7]

Sister Cities[edit]

Culture and attractions[edit]

  • Arboretum Mlyňany Slovak Academy of Sciences
  • Roman Catholic Church of the Annunciation from 1763.
  • Chapel of the Exaltation. Crisis of 1841.
  • Granary - church Aniel


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