Bzince pod Javorinou
Bzince pod Javorinou ( Bzinetz German, Hungarian Botfalu ) is the name of a municipality in western Slovakia, with 2072 inhabitants ( 31 December 2011). It is located in Okres Nové Mesto nad Váhom, which belongs to the wider policy District Trenčín Region.
Bzince pod Javorinou located in a valley along the streams and Kamečnica Vrzavka, between the Little Carpathians in the south and the White Carpathians in the north, which is also part of the namesake of the municipality, the mountain Velka Javorina (970 m nm). The center is six kilometers away from Nové Mesto nad Váhom and 30 kilometers from Trenčín.
Administratively divided the community in community Parts Bzince pod Javorinou, Cetuna, Hrubá Strana and Hrušové. However, there Apart from these official parts in the White Carpathians also more typical for this region individual settlements (Slovak Kopanice ).
Today's church was built in 1952 by the merger of Dolné Bzince and Horne Bzince. In 1960, this and the previously independent place Hrušové (Hungarian Russo ) to do so.
The first written mention as bot comes from the years 1332-37 in a church tithe directory.
- Classical evangelical church from the years 1793-95. The tower was not built until 1895.
- Set Roman Catholic Church of Archangel Michael from the 14th century, restored in the 17th and 18th centuries
- Birthplace of the writer Ludmila Podjavorinská, now a museum
- Ludmila Podjavorinská (1872-1951), Slovak writer
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- Bzince pod Javorinou
- Kraj municipality in Trenčín
- Location in Slovakia