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Horný Vadičov

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Horný Vadičov (Felsővadas) is a village and municipality in the Kysucké Nové Mesto District in the Žilina Region of northern Slovakia. History Because of the villages ancient history, it is difficult to determine exactly when modern Horný Vadičov was established. The village was most likely founded at the end of the 14th century, denoted by a mention to the area in writing in 1385 as Silva Vaditzov. Other written mentions of the name of the village are from 1419 as Vadycho, 1504 as Felse Wadychov, 1773 as Horní Wadičow, and the Hungarian names Felsövadisco and Felsövadas. It was first mentioned in writing as an independent municipality under the name Felse Wadychov in 1504. Early history Human settlement in today's Horný Vadičov began in the early Bronze Age, denoted by a dated bronze ax found in the village which is now preserved in the collection of the Považský Museum in Žilina. The village at that time was populated by the Lusatian people, denoted by multipl
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