|Language(s)||Lovian English, Oceana|
|Next to||Righow, Topolcane|
Vrabelvrutke (IPA: /ˈvræbl̩vrʌtki/; Oceana: /ˈvʁabɛlvʁyckɛ/) is a Lovian hamlet in the state of Oceana, in the Southern Wine Region district. Vrabelvrutke is located in the Central Hill Land inbetween Righow and Topolcane.
Of the 1,139 inhabitants of the Southern Wine Region district, 140 live in Vrabelvrutke. According to the 2014 census, the racial make-up of Vrabelvrutke was 140 white (100%); ethnically there were 122 Oceana (87,1%), 10 Lovians (7,1%), and 8 Slovaks (5,7%). The first-language distribution was recorded as 85 English (60,7%), 50 Oceana (35,7%), and 5 Slovak (3,6%). The distribution of religious affiliations was 125 Roman Catholic (89,3%) and 15 with no religious affiliation (10,7%).
Vrabelvrutke is located in the Oceana Wine Region. On the hillside, vineyards are a common feature of the landscape. The center of the built-up area is located at approximately 100 meters high.
Of the 384 functioning registrated buildings in Vrabelvrutke, 68 have a residential designation, 110 are stalls, sheds or workhouses, 18 have a religious designation, 28 are shops or services buildings, 47 are governmental buildings, and 113 are undefined.
Most of the inhabitants of Vrabelvrutke are employed in the agricultural sector. According to the 2013 census, the working population is 79 (59,8%), of which 24 have no registrated jobs (30,4%) and 0 are unemployed (0%).
Now follows the voting results for the local State Elections:
|Entitled to vote||41||110||109|
Vrabelvrutke is served by the Bus Service Oceana:
- Line 22: Hurbanova to Newmouth (buses for eight to sixteen travellers);
- Line 23: Newmouth to Hurbanova (buses for eight to sixteen travellers).
The following bus stops lie within Vrabelvrutke's zone of habitation: Thaddee Road and Vrabelvrutke.
References and notes Edit
- ↑ Oceana Demographic Center (2014), data for the entire hamlet's area.
- ↑ Voting results for these elections may not be fully accurate, as some people were still registrated in Hurbanova and East Hills, due to the transition to the district system. As a result, the amount of registered voters in the hamlet is lower than the actual amount; while some votes in built-up areas are actually votes from hamlets.