|coat of arms||map|
|base data quarter Jarovce|
|Kraj (landscape federation):||Bratislavský kraj|
|surface:||21.34 km ²|
|population density:||57.97 inhabitants for each km ²|
|height:||130 m and. NN|
|postal zip code:||851 XX|
|Geographical situation:|| 48° 04 ' n. Br, |
17° 07 ' o. L.
|Kfz characteristic:|| |
|municipality code number:||582000|
|arrangement quarter area:||-|
|Address municipal office:|| Miestny úrad Bratislava Jarovce|
Jarovce (German Croatian year village, before Croatian Jarendorf/Croatian Jándorf Horvátjárfalu, Croatian Hrvatski ( h) ndrof) is a place among other things, Hungarian in the west of the Slowakei and since that 1. January 1972 a quarter of Bratislava. Are here two border crossings between Austria (cement lake) and the Slowakei (Bratislava Jarovce).
that quarter is south the town centre of Bratislava and has on a surface of 21,3 km ² 1199 inhabitants (2001). The population consists (2001) particularly of Slowaken and 20.4% Croat. Smaller population minorities are those Hungary and German, as well as some Czechs. Itthe only municipality is the Slowakei, in which more than 20% are the inhabitant Croat.
the place was mentioned for the first time documentary 1208. At that time a locality was named Ban in the area of the today's place. This place purgedprobably however in 15. Century, as in the western Danube lowlandses a Pestepedemie of wütetete and still in addition in the local area fights in passes a war between the Hungarian king Matthias Corvinus and the German emperor Friedrich III. were delivered. In the first half of the 16. Century immigrated then Croats and it developed a settlement, which was called Croatian village/Horváth falu. In 18. Century came again Germans and Hungary. Beginning 20. Century lived here to 80% Croats, to 17% German, the remainder were Hungary. To 1947 belonged the locality to Hungary (most time in the Komitat weasel castle/Moson).
With that 15. October 1947 was then awarded the place together with the neighboring places Čunovo and Rusovce by those to Paris conference of peace of Czechoslovakia, according to the desire of the Czechoslovakian delegation that To increase press citizen bridgehead for strategic reasons. He came into a common administration with the neighboring place Rusovce and only starting from that 9. August 1950 became the place as part of the Okres existing at that time Bratislava vidiek independently. Only after 1947 Slowaken came into the place and thoseremaining population became particularly in and the 90's 80's 20. Century assimilates to a large extent. From the neighboring place Rusovce were driven out around 1950 also some Germans into other parts of the Slowakei as well as to Austria and Germany. The few Czechs came to Jarovce at that time in the connectionwith the border control of Czechoslovakia.
objects of interest
Staré Mesto - I (old part of town) | Podunajské Biskupice - II (Bischdorf) | Ružinov - II (rose home) | Vrakuňa - II (question village) | Nové Mesto - III (new city) | Rača - III (Ratzersdorf) | Vajnory - III (Weinern) | Devín - IV (Theben) | Devínska Nová Ves - IV (Thebenneudorf) | Dúbravka - IV (Kaltenbrunn) | Karlova Ves - IV (Karl village) | Lamač - IV (Blumenau) | Záhorská Bystrica - IV (Bisternitz) | Čunovo - V (Sarndorf) | Jarovce - V (Croatian year village) | Petržalka - V (Engerau) | Rusovce - V (Karl castle)