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Steward (formerly the United Blatnice or Blatnice Gross, Gross Blatnitz German) is a municipality in the district Hodonin, South Moravian region. Located 14 km south of Hungary Hradiste and 27 km northeast of Hodonin. [1] It lies at the foot of the White Carpathian Mountains, the peaks of the Holy Antonínek, Střečkův Hill and Rohac. Cross drain runs through the village stream. In 2010 there were 2131 inhabitants.

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