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Zákamenné

Summary
Zákamenné is the biggest village in the Orava region in the northern part of Slovakia. Zákamenné lies in the north-western part of Orava. It belongs to the protected landscape area of Horná Orava and the specially protected area of Horná Orava. The villages which surround Zákamenné are Oravská Lesná, Novoť, Lomná, Breza, Krušetnica and Ujsoly in Poland. History In historical records the village was first mentioned in 1615. The village was founded in 1615 on the feast of holy Jacob (28 July), but the first written mention dates from the 16th of July 1615. Geography and districts The municipality lies at an altitude of 680–1156 metres and covers an area of 42.902 km². It has a population of about 5,000 people. Parts of Zákamenné
  • Nižný koniec - entrance into village from Námestovo and Lokca. In this part are two banks, a supermarket, restaurant, pension, ski-lift, shops, health care and other services
  • Poriečie - direction Novoť, to the polish bor
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