Village Timoradza with
its terrace-houses near a brook lies in the valley of the Bebrava river, 17 km
to the north of Bánovce nad Bebravou (Bánovce upon Bebrava), at the touch
point of Nitrianska table with Strážovská highland. The nearest towns are Bánovce
nad Bebravou, where is the seat of the District office and spa town Trenčianske
Teplice belonging as the village to the Trenčín country.
The first written
mention originates from the year 1366 as villa Tymoraz, but it is much older. It
had belonged to Uhrovský county. In the middle of village is situated the
Church of St Andrew exactly in the area of the former cemetery circumscribed
with a low wall. Foundation of the church is supposed to be in one architectural
era with tower, apse and sacristy about 1260-1270 and vault of ship originates
from the 17th century.
Church of St.Andrew
Points of interest, remarkables and rarities
Absolute altitude in the middle of the village is 240m above sea level. The absolute
altitude oscillates 228-652m above sea level in the terrier. Altogether, village
Timoradza can be rank to the warm, moist zone with mild winter.
The terrier of the village has its area of 1049ha, thereof 43ha intravilan, ploughland
340ha and woodland area 660ha.
"Hostinec u Kopčana"
Village Timoradza is of country-side style with dominant activity in agriculture. Other
activities of citizens are realised in industry, services and building in Bánovce nad
Bebravou, Trenčianske Teplice, Dubnica nad Váhom and in Trenčín. In the
village there are seven entrepreneurs, thereof three work in trade.
Throught the village leads main communication to the
district town. Connection with other villages and habitations is ensured by
busses SAD. Nowadays live 500 inhabitants in the village.
In the surroundings of the village there are opportunities for
walking and cycling therewith you can go
to the Uhrovská valley, the Slatinská valley and throught the village Krásna
Ves to Trenčianske Teplice and to Motešice – stables of noble horses.
In the village you can be accomodated in local “Hostinec u