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Facts About Pezinok
Pezinok From the second half of the 10th century until 1918, it was part of the Kingdom of Hungary.
Pezinok lies near the Little Carpathians and thrives mainly on viticulture and agriculture, as well as on brick making and ceramic(s) production.
Pezinok is a town in southwestern Slovakia.
The estimated population of Pezinok is 23,002, as of 2018.
The effort of the town and its citizens to get privileges of the Free Royal Town culminated on June 14th, 1647 when king Ferdinand III granted the town of Pezinok the privileges.
Pezinok lies at an altitude of 152 metres (499 ft) above sea level.
Pezinok covers an area of 72.555 square kilometres.
Pezinok is twinned with Neusiedl am See, Austria; Mosonmagyaróvár, Hungary; Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic & Izola, Slovenia.
The Geographic Coordinates of Pezinok: 48°17′31″N 17°15′58″E.
The territory of current Pezinok was mentioned for the first time in a written deed in 1208 as “terra Bozin“.