Čadca District

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Location
49°26'17"N
018°47'22"E
Country
 Slovakia
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Čadca District (okres Čadca) is a district in the Žilina Region of northern central Slovakia, in the Kysuce region. It had been established in 1923 and the current borders exist from 1996. Forest covers 58% of the district area. It is one of the populous Slovak district, population density is above Slovak average. Economy basis is performed by engineering, metal and wood processing industry. In the district are several winter and skiing resorts, foremost Oščadnica and Makov. Administrative seat is town Čadca, however, many locals daily travel to Žilina for work, shopping, or education.

Municipalities

Čadca Čierne Dlhá nad Kysucou Dunajov Klokočov Klubina Korňa Krásno nad Kysucou Makov Nová Bystrica Olešná Oščadnica Podvysoká Radôstka Raková Skalité Stará Bystrica Staškov Svrčinovec Turzovka Vysoká nad Kysucou Zákopčie Zborov nad Bystricou
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