|coat of arms||map|
|Kraj :||Trenčiansky kraj|
|Okres :||Bánovce nad Bebravou|
|Region :||Horná Nitra|
|Area :||5.146 km²|
|Residents :||501 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||97 inhabitants per km²|
|Postal code :||956 55|
|Telephone code :||0 38|
|Geographic location :|
|License plate :||BN|
|Kód obce :||505692|
|Community type :||local community|
|Administration (as of November 2018)|
|Mayor :||Zuzana Flórová|
|Address:||Obecný úrad Veľké Chlievany
956 55 Veľké Chlievany
|Statistics information on statistics.sk|
Veľké chlievany (Hungarian Nagyhelvény - until 1907 Nagychlivény ) is a municipality in the west of Slovakia with 501 inhabitants (December 31, 2019), which for Okres Bánovce nad Bebravou , part of kraj Trenčiansky belongs.
The municipality is located in the northern part of the Slovakian Danube hill country on the Inovec stream , shortly before its confluence with the Bebrava . The center of the village is at an altitude of and is three kilometers from Bánovce nad Bebravou .
Neighboring municipalities are Dvorec in the north, Bánovce nad Bebravou in the east, Dolné Naštice in the south-east, Pečeňany in the south, Otrhánky and Haláčovce in the west and Veľké Držkovce in the north-west.
Veľké Chlievany was first mentioned in writing in 1276 as Hleulan , other old names are Maior villa Holewna (1323), Helwen (1398), Chliewen (1472), Chlewan (1501), Welke Hlewany (1773) and Welke Chlewani (1786). At the time of the first written mention the place was part of the estate of Trenčín Castle , before it belonged to the Zobor monastery. After the death of Matthäus Csák , the property was divided between the Catholic Church and the small nobility from the area. The village was and is characterized by agriculture.
According to the 2011 census, Veľké Chlievany had 483 residents, including 463 Slovaks and one German and one Czech. 18 residents gave no information in this regard. 416 residents committed to the Roman Catholic Church, ten residents to the Evangelical Church AB and one resident to the Jehovah's Witnesses; one resident professed a different denomination. 27 residents had no denomination and the denomination of 28 residents was not determined.
- Roman Catholic church, originally Gothic from the 15th century, rebuilt in 1712
Sons and daughters of the church
- Juraj Palkovič (1763–1835), Slovak canon and translator.
- Cyril Guniš (1901–1974), Catholic priest , Slovak linguist.
- Results of the 2011 census (Slovak)
- KUBANOVIČ, Zlatko: Historický náhľad do dejín slovenských saleziánov (Od dona Bosca do roku 1924) . Bratislava: Don Bosco, 2019. ISBN 978-80-8074-436-6 . Pp. 239-240.
- Entry on e-obce.sk (Slovak)