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Studienka

Studienka

Studienka lies on the flat area of the Borská plain surrounded by woods. The first written reference to this village dates back to 1592, it was known as Hausbrunn. The current name was derived from the translated German word Hausbrunn. In the territory of the village there used to be coal mines, however they were overflowed in the middle of the 19th century. Inhabitants earned their living by agriculture, linseed oil pressing, hemp rope weaving, basketry and black pitch calcination. The village landmarks are as follows: the baroque St. Stephan Church with a protective wall from 1688 and the baroque bell-tower from the 18th century. On the south of the village the Rudava stream flows. On the south and east the village borders on the Military district Záhorie, on the north there is the protected landscape area Záhorie. Hiking path marked with red passes through the village. The path starts in the Závod village, continues through Studienka and Lakšárska Nová Ves, leading to Senica. Surrounding of Studienka is a popular mushroom picking area. The cycle route from Malacky to Senica passes through the village.

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