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Šaca

Šaca (Hungarian: Saca) is a borough (city ward) of Košice, Slovakia. Located in the Košice II district, at an altitude of roughly 244 metres (801 ft) above sea level, it is home to several important hospitals and medical facilities, as well as Košice's steel works and other heavy industry. One of Šaca's localities is Bužinka, which includes some of the borough's older historical architecture.

Šaca
Borough
Central square in Šaca
Flag
Coat of arms
Location within Košice
Šaca
Location of Šaca in Slovakia
Coordinates:48°37′58″N21°10′19″E /48.63278°N 21.17194°E /48.63278; 21.17194Coordinates: 48°37′58″N21°10′19″E /48.63278°N 21.17194°E /48.63278; 21.17194
CountrySlovakia
RegionKošice
DistrictKošice II
Village1275 (first written record)
Borough1970s (first written record)
Area
• Total41.21 km2 (15.91 sq mi)
Elevation
244 m (801 ft)
Population
(31 December 2017)
• Total5,890
• Density140/km2 (370/sq mi)
Postal code
040 15
Area code(s)+421-55
Car plateKE
Websitewww.saca.sk
Source

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The first written record about Šaca dates back to 1275. Since 1427 the landowners of Šaca were the Semsey family, who built a castle here in the 15th century. It was demolished later in the same century, on the order of the King Matthias Corvinus. Later members of the family built a rococo manor house in Šaca in the late 18th century, which stands to this day. Water mills were operated in Šaca since the Middle Ages, until 1950.

After World War II, the village became a residential district for builders of a new steelworks company - Východoslovenské železiarne Košice (VSŽ Košice - "Eastern Slovak Iron Works in Košice"). In January 1960 construction started on more than 8 square kilometres of land. In 1965 the first blast furnace was fired up and production in the hot rolling mill and coke plant was started. In four decades the Košice mill has developed into a steel-producing plant that has managed to reach the markets and achieve a position among the significant steel producers. It has been accepted as a member of prestigious international organizations associating iron and steel producers and has become a partner of renowned foreign firms in joint ventures. The new phase in the history of the factory started on November 24, 2000 when the metallurgy production and commercial activities were sold to the leading American steel company The United States Steel Corporation - VSŽ Košice changed name on U. S. Steel Košice.

In the 1970s, Šaca gained an urban character and became one of 22 boroughs of Košice.

Evolution of the borough's name

Some of the historical names of Šaca.

  • 1275 - Latin: Ida
  • 1280 - terra Eghazas Ida
  • 1319 - poss. Saticha
  • 1328 - poss. Zethyce alio nomine Scenthtrinitas
  • 1344 - Setyche
  • 1372 - poss. Setyche
  • 1379 - poss. Sathicha, poss. Satycha
  • 1385 - Sathicha, poss. Sathycha alio nomine Screben
  • 1393 - Sathicha, Sagcza al. Nom. Zenthtrinitas
  • 1395 - poss. Seu villa Senthythe
  • 1409 - poss. Sethithe, poss. Sethyche
  • 1424 - villa Saczcza
  • 1427 - poss. Sechcha, Secha
  • 1428 - poss. Sathcza
  • 1469 - poss. Sacza
  • 1471 - poss. Saccza
  • 1474 - poss. Saczcza
  • 1477 - poss. Saczcza
  • 1514 - Saccza
  • 1553 - Sacha
  • 1773 - Hungarian: Szácza
  • 1786 - Sacza
  • 1808 - Slovak: Ssáca, Hungarian: Sácza
  • 1863 - Saca
  • 1903 - sk: Šaca, hu: Sacza
  • 1906, 1938 - sk: Šaca, hu: Saca

Historical landmarks

A 1770s Roman Catholic church in the Bužinka locality.

A rococo manor house of the Semsey family, built in the 1770s (in preserved condition), and a smaller manor house in the Bužinka locality (currently ruined).

  • Area: 41.2 square kilometres (15.9 sq mi)
  • Population: 5,890 (31 December 2017)
  • Density of population: 140/km² (31 December 2017)
  • District: Košice II
  • Mayor: Daniel Petrík (as of 2018 elections)

Sports and recreation

There are several sports facilities in the Šaca borough, including a football (soccer) stadium.

  • Soccer stadium at the sports area in Šaca

  • Park with playground in Šaca

  • The Assumption of the Virgin Mary Church, a Roman Catholic parish church, initially The Holy Trinity Church (erected in 1779)

  • The Assumption of the Virgin Mary Church, a Roman Catholic parish church, initially The Holy Trinity Church (erected in 1779)

  • Old manor house in Šaca's Bužinka locality

  • Rococo manor house of the Semsey family in Šaca (erected in 1776)

  • Hospital in Šaca

  • U. S. Steel Košice, s.r.o.

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Šaca
Saca Language Watch Edit Saca Hungarian Saca is a borough city ward of Kosice Slovakia Located in the Kosice II district at an altitude of roughly 244 metres 801 ft above sea level it is home to several important hospitals and medical facilities as well as Kosice s steel works and other heavy industry One of Saca s localities is Buzinka which includes some of the borough s older historical architecture SacaBoroughCentral square in SacaFlagCoat of armsLocation within KosiceSacaLocation of Saca in SlovakiaCoordinates 48 37 58 N 21 10 19 E 48 63278 N 21 17194 E 48 63278 21 17194 Coordinates 48 37 58 N 21 10 19 E 48 63278 N 21 17194 E 48 63278 21 17194CountrySlovakiaRegionKosiceDistrictKosice IIVillage1275 first written record Borough1970s first written record Area Total41 21 km2 15 91 sq mi Elevation244 m 801 ft Population 31 December 2017 Total5 890 Density140 km2 370 sq mi Postal code040 15Area code s 421 55Car plateKEWebsitewww saca skSource 1 Contents 1 History 1 1 Evolution of the borough s name 1 2 Historical landmarks 2 Statistics 2 1 Sports and recreation 3 Gallery 4 References 5 External linksHistory EditThe first written record about Saca dates back to 1275 Since 1427 the landowners of Saca were the Semsey family who built a castle here in the 15th century It was demolished later in the same century on the order of the King Matthias Corvinus Later members of the family built a rococo manor house in Saca in the late 18th century which stands to this day Water mills were operated in Saca since the Middle Ages until 1950 After World War II the village became a residential district for builders of a new steelworks company Vychodoslovenske zeleziarne Kosice VSZ Kosice Eastern Slovak Iron Works in Kosice In January 1960 construction started on more than 8 square kilometres of land In 1965 the first blast furnace was fired up and production in the hot rolling mill and coke plant was started In four decades the Kosice mill has developed into a steel producing plant that has managed to reach the markets and achieve a position among the significant steel producers It has been accepted as a member of prestigious international organizations associating iron and steel producers and has become a partner of renowned foreign firms in joint ventures The new phase in the history of the factory started on November 24 2000 when the metallurgy production and commercial activities were sold to the leading American steel company The United States Steel Corporation VSZ Kosice changed name on U S Steel Kosice In the 1970s Saca gained an urban character and became one of 22 boroughs of Kosice Evolution of the borough s name Edit Some of the historical names of Saca 1275 Latin Ida 1280 terra Eghazas Ida 1319 poss Saticha 1328 poss Zethyce alio nomine Scenthtrinitas 1344 Setyche 1372 poss Setyche 1379 poss Sathicha poss Satycha 1385 Sathicha poss Sathycha alio nomine Screben 1393 Sathicha Sagcza al Nom Zenthtrinitas 1395 poss Seu villa Senthythe 1409 poss Sethithe poss Sethyche 1424 villa Saczcza 1427 poss Sechcha Secha 1428 poss Sathcza 1469 poss Sacza 1471 poss Saccza 1474 poss Saczcza 1477 poss Saczcza 1514 Saccza 1553 Sacha 1773 Hungarian Szacza 1786 Sacza 1808 Slovak Ssaca Hungarian Sacza 1863 Saca 1903 sk Saca hu Sacza 1906 1938 sk Saca hu SacaHistorical landmarks Edit A 1770s Roman Catholic church in the Buzinka locality A rococo manor house of the Semsey family built in the 1770s in preserved condition and a smaller manor house in the Buzinka locality currently ruined Statistics EditArea 41 2 square kilometres 15 9 sq mi Population 5 890 31 December 2017 Density of population 140 km 31 December 2017 District Kosice II Mayor Daniel Petrik as of 2018 elections Sports and recreation Edit There are several sports facilities in the Saca borough including a football soccer stadium Soccer stadium at the sports area in Saca Park with playground in SacaGallery Edit The Assumption of the Virgin Mary Church a Roman Catholic parish church initially The Holy Trinity Church erected in 1779 The Assumption of the Virgin Mary Church a Roman Catholic parish church initially The Holy Trinity Church erected in 1779 Old manor house in Saca s Buzinka locality Rococo manor house of the Semsey family in Saca erected in 1776 Hospital in Saca U S Steel Kosice s r o References Edit Mestska a obecna statistika SRExternal links EditWikimedia Commons has media related to Saca Official website of the Saca borough Article on the Saca borough at Cassovia sk Official website of U S Steel Kosice Official website of Kosice Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Saca amp oldid 971983448, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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