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In historical records the village was first mentioned in 1427 as Alahpathaka, but until the end of the 14th century it was also referred to as Lampertfalva. In 1597 it was referred to as Oláhpataka alias Lampertsdorf. Since then it was called Oláhpatak, and rarely Oláh Pataka. Slovaks referred to the commune also as Vlachov or Wlachowo. When it became part of Czechoslovakia, its name became Vlachovo.
It has a population of 839 people (2015).
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