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SK, Vrbové: The Town of Móric Beňovský
heading (paragraph): Towns
At the foot of the Little Carpathians on the Trnava Uplands, Vrbová stretches. The most famous landmark of this town is the so-called Leaning Tower located near the Church of St. Martin. However, the local synagogue, the magnificent World of Móric Beňovský in the form of a globe or manor by Mórice Beňovský together with the Evangelical Church and the monastery of Pius XI are definitely worth a visit.
On the edge of the Danubian Uplands, at the mouth of the Chtelnička Valley in the northern part of the Little Carpathians, lies the truly beautiful village of Chtelnice. The area in which it is located is one of the oldest inhabited areas in Slovakia.
The town of Vrbové with more than 5 500 inhabitants, is located at the foot of the Little Carpathians on the Trnavská hills and is only 10 km west of the spa town of Piešťany. It is interesting that Vrbová gained the status of a town in 1967 and thus became only the second town in the Piešťany district.
This time we will take you to a small animal paradise, which has found its place near Piešťany, on the banks of the Sĺňava reservoir. The local Eko Park combines a contact zoo, unusual accommodation and a pleasant sitting.
On this day we are about to explore the Cachticke Carpathian Mountains. Velky Plesivec is our objective. It is surrounded by a nature reserve of the same name. It's importance lays not solely in its beauty but in its natural characteristics as well.