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The village of Štitáre

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The village of Štitáre (Scitar) (also Sitar) Chytar, Schitar) has been mentioned in documents since 1113, where there is talk of 4 plows of land as the property of the Zobor monastery-abbey.

The village of Štitáre

The village of Štitáre (Scitar) (also Sitar) Chytar, Schitar) has been mentioned in documents since 1113, where there is talk of 4 plows of land as the property of the Zobor monastery-abbey.

The first says that the ancestors named this hill after the leader of the Slavs - Zobor, who was hanged at this place.

The second hypothesis says that the hill is remotely reminiscent of a bison, and another leans towards a name derived from the oldest Benedictine monastery, which was built here (Russian word sobor = monastery, choir of monks).

Its origin dates back to settlements from Great Moravian times.

It is mentioned as early as 1113 in the vicinity of the Zobor monastery.

Additional information

Transport: By foot, By bike, By car, By bus
Parking: Free parking nearby

Accepted payments: Cash
Languages: Slovak

Suitable for: Childrens, Families with childrens, Elderly, Handicapped, Cyclists, Young, Adults
Season: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
Updated on: 20.3.2020
Source: Obec Štitáre

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Contact

Phone: +421 37 652 8828
Website: stitare.sk
The village of Štitáre
Obecný úrad
Pri prameni 125
951 01  Štitáre
Region: Nitriansky
District: Nitra
Area: Ponitrie
 48.350214, 18.159207

Locality Štitáre

Obecný úrad
Pri prameni 125
951 01  Štitáre

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