Svätý Jur

More details

Svätý Jur (German: Sankt Georgen, Hungarian: Szentgyörgy) is a small town northeast of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. The name means Saint George, and the town's coat of arms shows the saint killing the dragon. Between 1960 and 1990, the Communist government forced the town to use a "non-religious" name Jur pri Bratislave. Svätý Jur has a population of 5,523 citizens.

Source: wikipedia

Accommodation options
Nearby upcoming and completed trips

Slovenia 2022

Pavol Švantner, Agi
24.9.2022 - 28.9.2022

Graz 2022

Pavol Švantner, Agi
29.7.2022 - 30.7.2022

Iceland 2022

joso83
15.2.2022 - 19.2.2022

London 2022

Pavol Švantner, Agi
11.2.2022 - 14.2.2022

Paris 2021

Pavol Švantner, Agi
8.10.2021 - 11.10.2021
Travelers who were here
25 years ago
and another 9 travelers ...
Comments
Send
Mayor for this city
Pavol Švantner

Mayor from: 18.7.2017

Svätý Jur
RegionBratislava
Weather
Local time