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Encyclopedia > List of Slovak telephone codes
Slovakia +421
Banská Bystrica 048
Bardejov 054
Bratislava 02
Dujanská Streda 031
Humenné 057
Košice 055
Levice 036
Liptovský Mikuláš 044
Lučenec 047
Martin 043
Michalovce 056
Nitra 037
Nové Zámky 035
Poprad 052
Považská Bystrica 042
Prešov 051
Prievidza 046
Rošňava 058
Senica 034
Spišská Nová Ves 053
Topoľcany 038
Trenčín 032
Trnava 033
Žilina 041
Zvolen 045
Mobile telephones 09

Source: Le petit futé de Slovaquie, Paris:Nouvelle Editions de l'Université, 2005. ISBN 2746912864. Banská Bystrica (German: Neusohl, Hungarian: Besztercebánya) is a town in central Slovakia, in the Hron river valley, surrounded by the mountains Nízke Tatry, Veľká Fatra, and Kremnické vrchy. ... Categories: Possible copyright violations ... Bratislava (until 1919: PreÅ¡porok in Slovak, Pressburg in German and English, Pozsony in Hungarian, Požun in Croatian) is the capital of Slovakia and the countrys largest city, with a population of some 450,000. ... Humenné (-Slovak; German: Homenau, Hungarian: Homonna) is a town/city in the PreÅ¡ov Region (kraj) in eastern Slovakia and the second largest city of the historic Zemplin region. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Levice is also a name of a small village in Italy, province of Cuneo Levice /lÉ›vit Í¡sÉ›/ (Hungarian: Léva, German: Lewenz) is a town in western Slovakia. ... Liptovský Mikuláš (German: Sankt Nikolaus in der Liptau, Hungarian: Liptószentmiklós) is a town in northern Slovakia, on the river Váh. ... Lučenec [lu-che-nyets] (Hungarian: Losonc, German: Lizenz) is a town in the Banska Bystrica region of south-central Slovakia. ... Martin (Slovak: Turčiansky Svätý Martin until 1950, German: Turz-Sankt Martin, Hungarian: Turócszentmárton, Latin: Sanctus Martinus / Martinopolis) is a town in northern Slovakia. ... Michalovce (German: Großmichel, Hungarian: Nagymihály, Romani: Nadymihaya, Yiddish: Mikhaylovets or Mykhaylovyts) is a city on the Laborec river in eastern Slovakia. ... Nitra (-Slovak, German: Neutra, Hungarian: Nyitra / Nyitria [older]) is a city in western Slovakia (and the fourth largest urban settlement in Slovakia) situated at the foot of Zobor Mountain in the Nitra river valley. ... Nové Zámky (in German: Neuhäusl or Neuhäusel, in Hungarian: Érsekújvár, in Turkish: Uyvar) is a town in southwestern Slovakia. ... Poprad (Hungarian: Poprád, German: Deutschendorf) is a town in northern Slovakia at the foot of the High Tatra Mountains. ... Považská Bystrica (Hungarian: Vágbeszterce, German: Waagbistritz) is a city in northwestern Slovakia. ... PreÅ¡ov (Hungarian: Eperjes, German: Preschau or Eperies, Polish: Preszów, Ukrainian: Пряшів, Romany: Peryeshis) is a town in eastern Slovakia. ... The Freedom Square Prievidza is a town in western Slovakia. ... SpiÅ¡ská Nová Ves (-Slovak, German: (Zipser) Neu(en)dorf, Hungarian: Igló, Romany Noveysis) is a city in the KoÅ¡ice Region of Slovakia. ... Trenčín (Hungarian: Trencsén, German: Trentschin, Latin: Laugaricio) is a town in western Slovakia (close to the Czech border) at the Váh river. ... Trnava (Hungarian: Nagyszombat, German: Tyrnau) is a town in western Slovakia, 45 kilometers to the north-east of Bratislava, on the Trnávka river, and at the main Bratislava-Žilina railway and Bratislava-Žilina limited-access highway. ... Žilina (German: Sillein, Hungarian: Zsolna, Polish: Å»ylina) is a city in northwestern Slovakia. ... Zvolen (Hungarian: Zólyom, German: Altsohl) is a town in central Slovakia, close to Banská Bystrica, at the Hron river. ...


 
 

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