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Dunajská Streda District
okres Dunajská Streda
Dunaszerdahelyi járás
—  District  —
Country Slovakia
Region (kraj) Trnava Region
Area
 • Total 1,075 km2 (415 sq mi)
Population
 • Total 118,607 (Dec. 31, 2,010)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Telephone prefix 31

Dunajská Streda District (Slovak: Okres Dunajská Streda, Hungarian: Dunaszerdahelyi járás) is a district in the Trnava Region of western Slovakia.

Until 1918, the district was mostly part of the Hungarian county of Pozsony, apart from a small area in the south, which formed part of the county of Komárno, and Baloň, which formed part of the county of Győr. The majority of the inhabitants of Dunajská Streda District are ethnic Hungarians.

Municipalities[]

The names in bold represent towns.

  • Báč
  • Baka
  • Baloň
  • Bellova Ves
  • Blahová
  • Blatná na Ostrove
  • Bodíky
  • Boheľov
  • Čakany
  • Čenkovce
  • Čiližská Radvaň
  • Dobrohošť
  • Dolný Bar
  • Dolný Štál
  • Dunajská Streda
  • Dunajský Klátov
  • Gabčíkovo
  • Holice
  • Horná Potôň
  • Horné Mýto
  • Horný Bar
  • Hubice
  • Hviezdoslavov
  • Jahodná
  • Janíky
  • Jurová
  • Kľúčovec
  • Kostolné Kračany
  • Kráľovičove Kračany
  • Kútniky
  • Kvetoslavov
  • Kyselica
  • Lehnice
  • Lúč na Ostrove
  • Macov
  • Mad
  • Malé Dvorníky
  • Medveďov
  • Mierovo
  • Michal na Ostrove
  • Nový Život
  • Ňárad
  • Ohrady
  • Okoč
  • Oľdza

External links[]

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