Harmanec ( German rarely Herma network or Hermann village, Hungarian HERMAND - to 1888 Hermanec ) is a town in central Slovakia. It lies in the valley of the river Bystrica, at the foot of the Great Fatra and the Kremnica mountains, 9 km from Banská Bystrica.
The town was officially on 1 January 1957 spin-off from the neighboring town Dolny Harmanec. The history of the settlement starts but at the beginning of the 19th century, when on the territory of the present municipality of a paper mill (1829 by FS Easy justified) was born. Today Harmanec is known for the paper mill and map production.
The town has a station on the railway line Zvolen - Vrútky.
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