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Pata, Galanta District

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Pata (Vágpatta) is a village and municipality in Galanta District of the Trnava Region of south-west Slovakia. The village lies in central part of Danubian Lowland (in part called Danubian Upland) and in east–west part of Nitra Upland. The area consists of a mild upland and a shallow valley Jác. The Jarčie watercourse flows through the village. Nearby villages are Šoporňa, Báb, Pusté Sady, Šintava a Hájske. Pata lies 9 kilometres far from city of Sereď. Village is situated close to R1 expressway, which connect Trnava and Nitra. History In historical records the village was first mentioned in 1156, but local settlement is known since prehistory age. In medieval times, Pata was prosperous village with church, Pata was settled by little nobles. After the Battle of Mohács in 1526 the good times passed away and Pata was part of Šintava dominion. Village impoverished. In 1820 the classicistic Church of Nativity of Virgin Mary was built. It is simple building built mostly by local
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