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Bratislava region

The Bratislava Region is one of the administrative regions of Slovakia. Its capital is Bratislava. It is the smallest of the eight regions of Slovakia.

 

 
The oldest municipality:
 Dubová (The first written records date back to 1112AD)
 The oldest town:
 Bratislava (The first written records date back to 907AD)
The youngest municipality:
 Nový Svet (Constructed in 2002)
The youngest town:
 Stupava (The first written records date back to  1269)
Municipality with the smallest number of people (as of 31.12.2007):
 Nový Svet (59 people)
Part of a town with the smallest number of people (as of 31.12.2007):
 Čunovo (936 people)
Town with the smallest number of people (as of 31.12.2007):
 Svätý Jur (4 972 people)
District with the smallest number of people (as of 31.12.2007):
 Bratislava I (41 255 people)
Municipality with the smallest number of people (as of 31.12.2007):
 Ivanka pri Dunaji (5 777 people)
Part of a town with the largest number of people (as of 31.12.2007):
 Petržalka (113 443 people)
Town with the largest number of people (as of 31.12.2007):
 Bratislava (426 927 people)
District with the largest number of people (as of 31.12.2007):
 Bratislava V (118 097 people)
The smallest municipality:
 Píla (48 ha)
The smallest part of a town:
 Lamač (654 ha)
The smallest town
 Malacky (2 678 ha)
The smallest district:
 Bratislava I (959 ha)
The largest municipality:
 Záhorie VO (27 823 ha)
The largest part of a town:
 Podunajské Biskupice (4 249 ha)
The largest town:
 Bratislava (36 758 ha)
The largest district:
 Malacky (94 961 ha)