Obec Boleráz

Our village

Today's village of Boleráz was established in 1960 by merging two separate political municipalities, Boleráz and Klčovian. Its area with an area of ​​2546 hectares Since the merger, it forms the cadastre of Boleráz (1818 ha) and Klčovian (728 ha). It is located on the Trnava Uplands, 14 km northwest of the district town of Trnava. It borders Smolenice and Bíňovce in the north, Dolná Krupa and Bohdanovce nad Trnavou in the east, Šelpice and Suchá nad Parnou in the south and the cadastral territory of Košolná, Dolné and Horné Orešany in the west. The geographical position of the geometric center of the village is determined by the coordinates: 48 ° 28 ′ north latitude and 17 ° 30 ′ east longitude from Greenwich.

System: Alpine-Himalayan
Subsystem: Pannonian Basin
Province: West Pannonian Basin
Subprovince: Small Danube Basin
Area: Danubian Lowland
Whole: Danubian Upland
Subunit: Trnava Uplands
Part: Lesser Carpathian Uplands and Trnava Tabernacle

According to the above division, the northern part of the cadastre belongs to the Podmalokarpatská pahorkatina, ie the relief has the features of lowland hills, while for the Trnava plateau (southern part) the relief of undulating plains is typical. The Trnávka stream flows through deforested areas through a shallow and wide valley. The rugged terrain is completed by intensive excavation activity (gorge under Šarkan, near Žľabský bridge, above the Klčovany railway station).
The slope of the slopes in the northern sector reaches 2-6 degrees, in the southern 0-2 degrees. The altitude ranges in the amplitude of 274 m above sea level (Šarkan elevation) - 170 m above sea level (Trnávka floodplain on the border with Šelpice). The center of the village is about 175 m above sea level

The oldest pre-Quaternary formations are in the north-western part of the cadastre at the elevation of Všivavec (256 m above sea level). These are the Dolomites of the Middle and Upper Triassic (239 - 204 million years). Jurassic (204 - 130 mil.) Dark silks and silty limestones located at the border with Horni Orešany are also a monument to the Mesozoic. The majority of the area from Smolenice to Klčovany is covered by Miocene (torton 15-13 mil.) Calcareous clays and sands, inferior sandstones. From the beginning of Klčovian to almost the border with the Šelpíc cadastre, Miocene (Sarmat 13-11 mil.) Calcareous clays and sands in the marginal facade of sandstone (they were well traceable in the former sand mines near PD) stand out. At present, this site is loaded with municipal waste. On the border with the Šelpíc cadastre lie Pliocene (Pannon 10-6 mil.) Calcareous clays, sands, rare gravels. Quaternary deposits represent eolithic loess wound during the glacial period, when the lowlands were without forest cover. They are of various thicknesses and well traceable during excavation work, behind the brick, on the walls of potholes, etc.
The tectonics of the area is influenced by the Kátlov Castle, which is one of the tectonic units in the foothills of the Little Carpathians. It represents a young inner pelvic elevation formed in the Pliocene. At no. it is limited by Kátlovský and J. bolerázský break, which is already south. in the direction of Dolné Orešany it connects to the marginal Carpathian faults. The Boleráz fault already belongs to the system of the Little Carpathians' own marginal faults.

To the east of the village lies Dolný háj, the marginal parts of which are cut off by white agate (Robinia pseudoacacia). Oak (Quercus sp.) With numerous groups of pines (Pinus sp.) And beech (Fagus sylvatica) is abundant in the tree composition. The shrubby stage is represented by the black base (Sambucus nigra), the rose hips (Rosa canina) and the like. Massive ash trees (Fraxinus sp.) And poplars (Populus sp.) Grow near the Žľabský bridge. A monocultural phytocenosis can also be found in Šarkan, where extensive pine planting is connected to the castle park in Dolná Krupa. A unique example of the typical appearance of floodplain forest with swamp species of trees and plants is the so-called Škarpa located about 150 m southeast of the railway station Klčovany. Warty birch (Betula pendula) grows abundantly in the village, there are lindens (Tilia sp.) And chestnuts (Aesculus) in the vicinity of the cemetery. which can also be found at the railway station. In the alluvium of watercourses we can find the willow willow (Salix fragilis), the sticky alder (Alnus glutinosa) and others. The village is completed by linear communities of ornamental trees and fruit trees. In the extravillain, where only the torsos of the former pre-collectivization line system have been preserved, in both groves, in Šarkan and next to field roads, there are still botanically interesting plant communities. For all of them we will mention at least the following: spring primrose (Acorus calamus), bear garlic (Allium ursinum), rapeseed (Agrimonia eupatoria), spring beetle (Adonis vernalis), lily of the valley (Convallaria majalis), St. John's wort (Hypericum perforatum), (Ficaria verna), Verbascum thapsiforme, Lamium album, Symphytum officinale,
In the weed community of root crops and cereals, there are Centauera cyanus, Papaver rhoeas, Elytrigia repens, Convolvulus arvensis, Agrostemna githago and other weeds.
A special group consists of plant rudimentary communities, which thrive wherever waste of organic origin has accumulated. Their best-known representatives are: Greater Burdock (Lappa aretium), Urtica dioica, Atriplex tatarica, Chelidonium maius and others.

Our village


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