Tour Around the Blava Stream

The route, which leads through the north-eastern part of the Trnava region, begins in front of the Trnava railway station. From there continue along Hospodárska Street to the end of western town wall. Continue rightwards along Rybníková Street alongside northern town walls and at the traffic lights at the end of the street turn left. Continue along Špačinská road leading through the suburb Kopánka and reach the northern edge of the town. Behind the round intersection continue straight into Špačince village. The only sacral landmark of the village is the originally gothic Church of Nativity of Virgin Mary. Also a silver Roman coin, which proves the evidence of the Romans presence in this area, was found in this village. First-class road continues further to the north and behind the village it turns leftwards to Dolné Dubové village. This village was place of work of a national revivalist and writer Jozef Ignác Bajza, who is commemorated by a memorial plate. It is located at the entrance to the gothic Roman-Catholic Church of the Assumption of Virgin Mary, which is most significant architectonic sight of the village. During the J. I. Bajza’s work in the village, a statue representing Calvary was built in front of the church. A village lying the furthest to the north on the route is Kátlovce village, situated in the valley of Blava stream. Its most valuable sight is the Roman-Catholic Church of the Holy Spirit built in the middle of the cemetery. At the very beginning of the village there is a third-class road turning sharp to the right. It leads to south-east to Radošovce village, which until 1991 used to be a part of Jaslovské Bohunice village. The dominant of Radošovce is Roman-Catholic Church of St.Anne built in the cemetery.  In Radošovce neighbourhood there lies former village part Paderovce, which today belongs to Jaslovské Bohunice village.  The only historical sight in Paderovce is the Roman-Catholic Church of St. Martin. Jaslovské Bohunice was formed in 1958 by merging Bohunice and Jaslovce villages. One of the most beautiful places in the village is large landscaped English park near late Baroque manor house. The sights of Jaslovské Bohunice are completed by the Roman-Catholic Church of St. Michael Archangel. The last village lying on the route near Blava stream is Malženice village. Its most valuable sight is the originally Romanesque Church of the Assumption of Virgin Mary from the 13th century. In Malženice, turn right and join the second-class road which leads back to the northern edge of Trnava. Following the already known route from the beginning one can get back the Trnava railway station. 

 

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