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... there is a lot to do and not to do here. And you will lose energy. For lounging in bed, on the terrace or on a blanket outside in front of Kutica. In summer, great hatching in the meadow, all those sounds and smells of nature ... um, if you're not allergic, it probably won't be so great;)
And from the position of seven and lying down, you can go to the upright one and wander around a bit. There is a lot to choose from. Wandering around Kutice can take you to nearby Tajch, where you can swim in the summer. In a slightly different direction and a longer walk you will reach the Háj lookout tower and calmly head to the Starohutianský waterfall. In addition to the above, there is also the Calvary, the Vojšín nature trail with a stop on Sedlová skala, Havrania skala, the Bujakov vrch nature reserve (where the protected large-flowered dandelion blooms) and we could exchange until the morning.
Once you put those stray shoes on your feet, you may come across ... trees along the way. Let us clarify, old - several centuries old, with such a trunk circumference that even three men would have something to do to overwhelm them. And we have a few of them here - a linden tree from 1726, a 300-year-old pear, but you will also find 100-year-old redwoods here (one near Kohútkov, the other in Salašisko). Are you asked for more? In nearby Mlyňany, then head to the Arboretum.
From that cultural and architectural barrel, you only need to walk to the center of Nova Bana. City Hall would be able to tell you stories about what precious metals once appeared in its walls. The parish church is about Turkish raids, you will find the Trinity Column and another church with a mining hospital, which was one of the oldest in Central Europe. And if you want to delve into the history of mining, what to see for yourself - the Town Hall is home to the Pohronské Museum, go to the Hronská hereditary tunnel, and the Three Kings Hall is also waiting. You can also go to the town of Hodruša-Hámre to the Hodrušská klopačka, which in ancient times served as an observatory during the Turkish wars, or to call miners to work. And not just like that, but with the help of signals emitted by knocking on a wooden board. We also recommend that you notice the clock on the flap - it is with 2 hands, but the time will show you only one. Is that why the flap got on the UNESCO list? ;)
Have we mentioned anything about the beast yet? So, in addition to those cows that can sometimes run around you near Kutice, you can become the adoptive parent of a small moose on a moose farm in Zveropark in Žarnovica. And if you prefer other four-legged creatures, the National Stud Farm in Topoľčianky or Zubria Zoo in Hosťovce come into consideration.