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Malé Leváre

Malé Leváre

The village lies on the river Morava terrace in the west part of the Borská plain. The first written reference to this village dates back to 1377 as part of the Plavecký barony, later the Stupavský barony. In the 16th and 17th century the Habans settled down here due to which the village became famous for its pottery. The most remarkable landmark is the baroque church (originally renaissance) from 1654. On the southwest edge of the village, next to the water area of the same name, there is a famous holiday resort Rudava located. It is the most important holiday resort for summer holidays in the Dolné Záhorie region. In the resort there are a camping site and enough possibilities for relax in form of swimming, fishing, and hiking. In the summer season a music festival takes place here. Nearby the village there are the Moravian cycle tour and Záhorie cycle tour passing by.

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