The coat of arms of the town is a golden, (yellow), six spoke
wheel on a shield of Late-Gothic form. In this big coat of arms is a head of
Pantokratos, in upper parts alfa and omega, in the midpoint the moon and the
sun, in lower parts letters r a t. Over the coat of arms is situated a
Places of Interest
The first written mention of the town originates from a pergamen of the Ostrihom
archbishop John from the year 1211 about donation of local church revenues for
the Ostrihom canonry.
Trnava is situated in the centre of the Trnavská downs 45 km to the north-east
of the capital of Slovakia – Bratislava, 146m above sea level. The terrier of
Trnava is spread in a warm climate. The average annual air temperature is about
9 – 10 degrees Celsius. The average annual rainfall is 560 mm.
Trnava – the first free Royal Town in the Slovak Republic. The Hungarian king
Belo IV.th awarded Trnava privileges in the year 1238. A rich history of the
town left some marks in an amount of culture-historical sights and thanks to
these monuments Trnava belongs to the jewels of Slovakia. Trnava is
characteristic of its fortification system, of its complex of Baroque university
buildings and mainly of an amount of church sights. There are 11 churchs in the
town. No wonder then the town got a name The Smaller Rome.
Some pieces of town information and mediation of local
conductors for shows of architectural sights will provide The Trnava information
service, The Holy Trinity place (Trojičné námestie) 1, 917 01 Trnava, tel.:
+421/33/186, tel./fax:+421/33/551 10 22, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The town tower