Boťany


Boťany

Geobox | Settlement
name = Boťany
other_name = Battyán
category = Village


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motto =
nickname =
country = Slovakia
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state =
region = Košice
district = Trebišov
commune =
municipality =
leader_title = mayor
leader_name = František Szakács
part =
river =
location =
elevation = 103
lat_d = 48
lat_m = 27
lat_NS = N
long_d = 22
long_m = 06
long_EW = E
coordinates_type = region:SK_type:city
highest =
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lowest =
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area = 19.52
area_round = 2
population = 1245
population_date = 2004-12-31
population_density = auto
established = 1332
established_type = First mentioned
mayor =
timezone =
timezone_DST =
postal_code = 076 43
area_code = +421-56
code = TV
code_type = Car plate
free =



map_background = Slovakia - background map.png map_caption = Location of Boťany in Slovakia
map_locator = Slovakia
map1 = Košice Region - outline map.svg
map1_background = Košice Region - background map.png map1_caption = Location of Boťany in the Košice Region
map1_locator = Košice Region
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statistics = [http://www.statistics.sk/mosmis/eng/prvav2.jsp?txtUroven440811&lstObec528188&Okruhzaklad MOŠ/MIS]
website = [http://www.botany.ocu.sk www.botany.ocu.sk]
footnotes =

Boťany ( _hu. Battyán) is a village and municipality in the Trebišov District in the Košice Region of eastern Slovakia.

History

In historical records the village was first mentioned in 1332.

Geography

The village lies at an altitude of 103 metres and covers an area of 19.522 km².

Demographics

Bot'any has a population of 1,283 people. The village is about 70% Magyar, 20% Gypsy and 10% Slovak. 78.52% of its population is Roman Catholic.

Facilities

The village has a post office, a public library and a football pitch.

External links

*http://www.botany.ocu.sk


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