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Church in Mochovce

Mochovce (Hungarian: Mohi) is a former village in western Slovakia, best known for its nuclear power plant.

It is situated in Nitra Region,[1] 13 kilometres (8 mi) northwest of Levice. The village inhabitants were relocated and the village was destroyed to make place for the power plant. A late baroque church and a cemetery are the only remaining structures. In contrast, the power plant construction has brought an economic and demographic boom to the nearby town of Levice in the 1980s.


  1. ^ "SLOVAKIA: Regions and Major Cities". Citypopulation. Retrieved 22 January 2021.

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