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Districts of Slovakia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

An okres (in English district) is an administrative unit in Slovakia. It is a second-tier territorial administrative unit, below a Region in standing, and superior to a municipality. Each district contains at least several municipalities.

The cities of Bratislava and Košice are the only cities in Slovakia divided into internal urban districts, with five in Bratislava, and four in Košice. These urban districts are then further divided into smaller boroughs (which serve a function analogous to municipalities in typical districts).

All other districts are larger in size and also include rural areas, and rural as well as urban municipalities. Each of these more typical districts has an urban centre serving as the seat of the district, usually the largest town (or the only town) of a given district. Rural municipalities are not legally allowed to become district seats.

Map of current Slovak districts

Districts (okresy) of Slovakia
Districts (okresy) of Slovakia

Characteristics

Several districts form a "Region" (Slovak "kraj"). One district, on the other hand, consists of several "municipalities" (Slovak "obec"), which in turn consist of "cadastral areas" (Slovak "katastrálne územie").

Districts have been units of state administration in Slovakia since its creation with a few interruptions, e. g. except for the period from 2004 to late 2013. Today, each district is administered by a "district office" (okresný úrad). Since late 2013, there have been also some special district offices being responsible (regarding some selected issues) not for the territory of a district, but for the territory of a Region (kraj) - they are called "district office at the seat of a Region" (okresný úrad v sídle kraja).

In the period from 2004 to late 2013, the district offices were abolished and replaced by "circuit offices" (obvodný úrad), which were usually responsible for several districts (except for the Nové Zámky District, which was one district with two circuit offices).

Slovakia has currently 79 districts, the capital of Bratislava being divided into 5 districts and the city of Košice in 4 districts. The districts are named after the biggest town in the district (formerly known as the "district towns").

For history see: Okres

Districts of Slovakia

The following table gives an overview of the districts, along with the population, area, and location within Slovakia.

District Population[1][2]
(2020)
Area[3] in km2
(2020)
Region (kraj)
Banská Bystrica 110,631 Decrease 809 Banská Bystrica
Banská Štiavnica 16,003 Decrease 292 Banská Bystrica
Bardejov 77,666 Decrease 935 Prešov
Bánovce nad Bebravou 35,972 Decrease 461 Trenčín
Brezno 60,905 Decrease 1,265 Banská Bystrica
Bratislava I 42,546 Increase 9 Bratislava
Bratislava II 116,669 Increase 92 Bratislava
Bratislava III 70,641 Increase 74 Bratislava
Bratislava IV 98,404 Increase 96 Bratislava
Bratislava V 112,688 Increase 94 Bratislava
Bytča 31,056 Increase 281 Žilina
Čadca 89,494 Decrease 760 Žilina
Detva 31,771 Decrease 449 Banská Bystrica
Dolný Kubín 39,480 Increase 491 Žilina
Dunajská Streda 123,355 Increase 1,074 Trnava
Galanta 94,179 Increase 641 Trnava
Gelnica 31,923 Increase 584 Košice
Hlohovec 44,731 Decrease 267 Trnava
Humenné 61,398 Decrease 754 Prešov
Ilava 58,811 Decrease 358 Trenčín
Kežmarok 76,165 Increase 629 Prešov
Komárno 100,992 Decrease 1,100 Nitra
Košice I 67,421 Decrease 85 Košice
Košice II 82,115 Decrease 80 Košice
Košice III 28,535 Decrease 16 Košice
Košice IV 60,067 Decrease 60 Košice
Košice – okolie 131,305 Increase 1,534 Košice
Krupina 22,050 Decrease 584 Banská Bystrica
Kysucké Nové Mesto 32,890 Decrease 173 Žilina
Levice 110,040 Decrease 1,551 Nitra
Levoča 33,730 Increase 421 Prešov
Liptovský Mikuláš 72,054 Decrease 1,341 Žilina
Lučenec 73,071 Decrease 825 Banská Bystrica
Malacky 75,325 Increase 949 Bratislava
Martin 95,921 Decrease 735 Žilina
Medzilaborce 11,708 Decrease 427 Prešov
Michalovce 110,670 Decrease 1,019 Košice
Myjava 26,062 Decrease 327 Trenčín
Námestovo 63,268 Increase 690 Žilina
Nitra 161,499 Decrease 870 Nitra
Nové Mesto nad Váhom 62,572 Decrease 579 Trenčín
Nové Zámky 137,778 Decrease 1,347 Nitra
Partizánske 45,293 Decrease 301 Trenčín
Pezinok 66,174 Increase 375 Bratislava
Piešťany 62,626 Decrease 381 Trnava
Poltár 21,179 Decrease 476 Banská Bystrica
Poprad 105,015 Increase 1,104 Prešov
Považská Bystrica 61,993 Decrease 463 Trenčín
Prešov 176,781 Increase 933 Prešov
Prievidza 132,891 Decrease 959 Trenčín
Púchov 44,136 Decrease 375 Trenčín
Revúca 39,349 Decrease 730 Banská Bystrica
Rimavská Sobota 83,953 Decrease 1,471 Banská Bystrica
Rožňava 61,944 Decrease 1,173 Košice
Ružomberok 56,536 Decrease 646 Žilina
Sabinov 61,072 Increase 545 Prešov
Senec 94,577 Increase 359 Bratislava
Senica 60,314 Decrease 683 Trnava
Skalica 46,965 Decrease 357 Trnava
Snina 35,833 Decrease 804 Prešov
Sobrance 22,775 Decrease 538 Košice
Spišská Nová Ves 100,201 Increase 587 Košice
Stará Ľubovňa 54,054 Increase 707 Prešov
Stropkov 20,366 Decrease 388 Prešov
Svidník 32,334 Decrease 549 Prešov
Šaľa 51,309 Decrease 355 Nitra
Topoľčany 69,521 Decrease 597 Nitra
Trebišov 105,136 Decrease 1,073 Košice
Trenčín 114,837 Increase 674 Trenčín
Trnava 133,154 Increase 741 Trnava
Turčianske Teplice 15,854 Decrease 392 Žilina
Tvrdošín 36,127 Decrease 478 Žilina
Veľký Krtíš 43,002 Decrease 848 Banská Bystrica
Vranov nad Topľou 80,906 Increase 769 Prešov
Zlaté Moravce 40,369 Decrease 521 Nitra
Zvolen 68,657 Decrease 759 Banská Bystrica
Žarnovica 26,054 Decrease 425 Banská Bystrica
Žiar nad Hronom 46,477 Decrease 517 Banská Bystrica
Žilina 158,456 Increase 815 Žilina

See also

References

  1. ^ "Statistic of Slovak places by Dušan Kreheľ – Export". Retrieved 2021-07-19.
  2. ^ "Statistic of Slovak places by Dušan Kreheľ – Export". Retrieved 2021-09-01.
  3. ^ "Statistic of Slovak places by Dušan Kreheľ – Export". Retrieved 2021-07-05.

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