Mlynčeky ( Mühlerchen German, Hungarian Tátraháza ) is a municipality in the north of Slovakia with 652 inhabitants ( 31 December 2011). It belongs to Okres Kežmarok, a part of the Prešov Region.
The municipality is located in the pelvis Podtatranská kotlina in the shadow of the High Tatras on Bach Kežmarská Biela voda, a tributary of Poprad. The center is located at an altitude of 680 m nm and is located six kilometers from Kežmarok.
Unlike many other towns in the area, the current community came relatively late: the base was a mill town Käsmark in the 18th century, which was come to an inn. In the 19th century, immigrants from Ždiar settled. 1881 here a sanatorium was founded.
1956, the place Mlynčeky was an independent municipality spin-off from Kežmarok.
Results according to the census 2001 (584 inhabitants):
- 98.46 % Slovaks
- 0.68% Magyars
- 0.34% Poland
- 0.17% German
- 0.34% Czechs
- 94.18 % Roman Catholic
- 1.70% no religious affiliation
- 1.37% Evangelical
- 0.34% Greek Catholic
- 0.34 % Orthodox
- Church of St John the Baptist 1970
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- Kraj municipality in Prešov
- Location in Slovakia
- Okres Kežmarok