The fact that the Siladians were always hospitable is also evidenced by the fact that the great people organized large hunts and banquets in our country and the gentlemen from all over the area met here. They liked the romantic nooks and crannies of Váh overgrown with willows, strawberries and wild pears. In 1831, during the plague and cholera, 166 inhabitants of Siladice died. The fact that the people of Siladice were in spite of everything is also evidenced by the fact that they counted 882 inhabitants during the census in 1910. Image Most people lived in Siladice in 1921, namely 909. In 1886 there was a large water on Váh and the whole village was heated, so in 1900 he started building an embankment next to Váh. History did not shy away from Siladiciam. Siladice had its heroes and fallen in I. and II. World War II, in the Slovak National Uprising. The village was plagued by severe frosts and heat. In 1946, for example. it did not rain from March to November. But the Siladice held out. We built schools, the first school. the building was e.g. rim. - cat. the school was built in 1856, originally a baroque, later imperially modified church dates from 1749, the municipal office building was built in 1934, today it houses the post office and health center. In 1973 we completed the cultural house, a few years later the mourning house, the cemetery fencing and the lighting of the access road to the mourning house, new roads, sidewalks were built, the water supply system was built in 1968, in 1986 a new water source was built. The village was electrified in 1917. Since then, the public lighting, local radio, has been modernized and expanded. in our village as early as 1950. In the chronicle we also find a record that a railway line began to be built around Siladíce sometime in 1873. In 1952, an agricultural cooperative was established in the village. Residents began to build new houses, in the years 1950 - 1970 two new streets were created, many modernized their parents'. During this period, Siladice significantly beautifies the village - planting greenery and ornamental shrubs. The whole of Slovakia knows the poems of Ján Šimonovič, a native of Siladice.