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Rabenska (Rabentzkj; Czech, Rovensko), a village between Sobotiste and Senitz formerly in the province of Nitra (Neutra), Czechoslovakia and now in the Senica District of the Trnava Region of Slovakia, the site of a Hutterite Bruderhof in Hungary which was settled in 1547, and burned down by Bethlen Gabor's troops on 21 November 1623.


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Date Published 1959

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