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Trnava
Region
Trnavsky vlajka
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Country Slovakia
Districts
Seat Trnava
 - elevation 342 m (1,122 ft)
 - coordinates 48°22′39″N 17°35′18″E / 48.3775, 17.58833
Highest point Záruby
 - elevation 767 m (2,516 ft)
Lowest point Little Danube near Okoč
 - elevation 110 m (361 ft)
Area 4,174.2 km² (1,611.7 sq mi)
Population 561,525 (2009-12-31)
Density 135 / km² (350 / sq mi)
Timezone CET (UTC+1)
 - summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Statistics: MOŠ/MIS
Website: www.trnava-vuc.sk
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Trnava Region

The Trnava Region (Slovak: Trnavský kraj, Hungarian: Nagyszombati járás) is one of the eight Slovak administrative regions.

GeographyEdit

It is located in the middlewest part of Slovakia and forms a territorial band between the Bratislava Region and the rest of Slovakia, between Austrian and Czech borders in the north and Hungarian border in the south. The part north of the Little Carpathians is part of the Záhorie Lowland, with its two subdivisions: hilly Chvojnická pahorkatina and flat Borská nížina. In addition to these, the Myjava Hills and the White Carpathians reach into the area. The fertile Danubian Lowland is located south of the Little Carpathians, again with two subdivisions: the Danubian Flat in the south, containing river island of Žitný ostrov (Rye Island) and the Danubian Hills in the north, where it also borders the Považský Inovec range app. on the line Hlohovec - Piešťany - border with the Trenčín Region. Major rivers are the Danube on the Hungarian border, with part of the Gabčíkovo Dam, Little Danube, which creates with Danube the island of Žitný ostrov, Váh in the east, Dudváh in the centre, and Morava River in the north-west, along the Austrian and Czech borders. The region borders: Austrian Lower Austria and Czech South Moravian Region in the north-west, Trenčín Region in the north, Nitra Region in the east, Hungarian Győr-Moson-Sopron county in the south and Bratislava Region in the west.

DemographicsEdit

In terms of population, the region is smallest of all Slovak regions. However, the population density is 133 inhabitants per km², what is more than Slovak average (110 per km²). Largest towns are Trnava, Piešťany, Hlohovec, Dunajská Streda and Sereď. The level of urbanization is around 49%, represented by inhabitants living in 16 towns. According to the 2001 census, the region had 551,003 inhabitants, with Slovaks forming a majority (73.9%), but there is a significant Hungarian minority in the south (23.7%), forming a majority in the Dunajská Streda District (87%) and are notably represented in the Galanta District (41%). Other minorities are the Czechs and Roma (<1%).[1]

List of districtsEdit

The Trnava Region consists of 7 districts:
*Trnava District
*Dunajská Streda District
*Galanta District
*Piešťany District
*Senica District
*Hlohovec District
*Skalica District

List of municipalities and townsEdit

There are 249 municipalities, of which 16 are towns (in bold).

ReferencesEdit

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