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Bratislava
City
Bratislava's Old Town
Bratislava's Old Town
Flag of Bratislava.svg
Flag
Coat of Arms of Bratislava.svg
Coat of arms
Nickname: Beauty on the Danube, Little Big City,
Bangsa Flag of Slovakia Slovakia
Region Bratislava
Districts Bratislava I, II, III, IV, V
Ilug Danube, Morava, Little Danube
Center
 - katas 134 m (440 ft)
 - coordinates 48°08′41″N 17°06′46″E / 48.14472, 17.11278 extra parameters in {{Coord}}
Highest point Devínska Kobyla
 - elevation 514 m (1,686 ft)
Lowest point Danube River
 - elevation 126 m (413 ft)
Lualas 367.584 km² (142 mi²)
 - urban 853.15 km² (329 mi²)
 - metro 2,053 km² (793 mi²)
Populasyun 428,791(2008-12-31)
 - urban 546,300
 - metro 616,578
Pangasiksik 1,167 /km² (3,023 /mi²)
First mentioned 907
Government City council
Mayor Ivo Nesrovnal
Oraszona CET (UTC+1)
 - summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal codiku 8XX XX
Phone prefix 421-2
Car plate BA
Location in Slovakia
Location in Slovakia
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Location in Slovakia
Location in the Bratislava Region
Location in the Bratislava Region
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Website: bratislava.sk
Wikimedia Commons: Bratislava

IngBratislava — king kayang amlat Pozsony ampong Pressburg (lawen ya rin aliwang lagiu) — iay ing tugnku ning Slovak Republic ampong, atin yang populasiun a 429,000, at iti mu rin ing pekamaragul a lakanbalen ning bangsa.[1] Ing Bratislava atiu king maukingalbugan ning Slovakia keng pampang da reng Ilug Danube. kasepu ne ing Austria ampong Hungary, at iti mu kabud ing tungku (kabisera) a atin sepu aduand bangsa.[2] Iti at ing Vienna ila mu rin deng aduang pekamalapit a tungku king Europa a kulan keng 60 kilometres () karelang pamikawani.


Demographicu[mag-edit | edit source]

Lon ya murin: List of personalities from Bratislava
2001 census results[3][4][5]
Distriyu Populasiun katutubung lupung Populasiun
Bratislava I–V 428,672 Slovaks 391,767
Bratislava I 44,798 Hungarians 16,541
Bratislava II 108,139 Czechs 7,972
Bratislava III 61,418 Germans 1,200
Bratislava IV 93,058 Moravians 635
Bratislava V 121,259 Croats 614


Gubyernu[mag-edit | edit source]

Lon ya murin: Boroughs and localities of Bratislava and International relations of Bratislava
Primate's Palace, ing luklukan na ning pamuntuk lakanbalen
Grassalkovich Palace, luklukan ning pamuntuk ning Slovakia


Bratislava parts with states.png Bratislava's territorial divisions (districts and boroughs)
Bratislava I Bratislava II Bratislava III Bratislava IV Bratislava V
Staré Mesto Ružinov Nové Mesto Karlova Ves Petržalka
  Vrakuňa Rača Dúbravka Jarovce
  Podunajské Biskupice Vajnory Lamač Rusovce
      Devín Čunovo
      Devínska Nová Ves  
      Záhorská Bystrica  


Kapatad lakanbalen[mag-edit | edit source]

Ing Bratislava maka kambal ya kareng:[6]

Prague, Czech Republic

* Numbers in brackets list the year of twinning. The first agreement was signed with the city of Perugia, Umbria in Italy on July 18, 1962.

Notes[mag-edit | edit source]

  1. Population on December 31, 2006 - districts. Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic (2007-07-23). Retrieved on January 8, 2007.
  2. Dominic Swire (2006). Bratislava Blast. Finance New Europe. Retrieved on May 8 2007.
  3. Urban Bratislava. Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic (December 31, 2005). Retrieved on April 25 2007.
  4. Population and Housing Census 2001. Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic (2001). Retrieved on April 25 2007.
  5. Permanently resident population by nationality and by regions and districts - archive link
  6. Bratislava City - Twin Towns. © 2003-2008 Bratislava-City.sk. Retrieved on 2008-10-26.

Dalerayan[mag-edit | edit source]

  • Horváth, V., Lehotská, D., Pleva, J. (eds.) et al. (1979). Dejiny Bratislavy (History of Bratislava), 2nd (in Slovak), Bratislava, Slovakia: Obzor. 
  • Janota, Igor (2006). Bratislavské rarity (Rarities of Bratislava), 1st (in Slovak), Bratislava, Slovakia: Vydavateľstvo PT. ISBN 80-89218-19-9. 
  • Kováč, Dušan (2006). Bratislava 1939–1945 – Mier a vojna v meste (Bratislava 1939–1945 – Peace and war in the town), 1st (in Slovak), Bratislava, Slovakia: Vydavateľstvo PT. ISBN 80-89218-29-6. 
  • Kováč, Dušan et al. (1998). Kronika Slovenska 1 (Chronicle of Slovakia 1), 1st, Chronicle of Slovakia (in Slovak), Bratislava, Slovakia: Fortuna Print. ISBN 80-71531-74-X. 
  • Kováč, Dušan et al. (1999). Kronika Slovenska 2 (Chronicle of Slovakia 2), 1st, Chronicle of Slovakia (in Slovak), Bratislava, Slovakia: Fortuna Print. ISBN 80-88980-08-9. 
  • Lacika, Ján (2000). Bratislava, 1st, Visiting Slovakia, Bratislava, Slovakia: DAJAMA. ISBN 80-88975-16-6. 
  • Špiesz, Anton (2001). Bratislava v stredoveku (Bratislava in the Middle Ages), 1st (in Slovak), Bratislava, Slovakia: Perfekt. ISBN 80-8046-145-7. 
  • Varga, Erzsébet (1995). Pozsony, 1st (in Hungarian), Pozsony: Madách-Posonium. ISBN 80-7089-245-5. 
  • Jankovics, Marcell (2000). Húsz esztendő Pozsonyban (Twenty years in Bratislava), 2nd ed. (in Hungarian), Pozsony: Méry Ratio. ISBN 80-88837-34-0. 

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