|• Region||Michenský kráj|
|Nationalities||Litvanians (98%), other (2%)|
|• Primátor||Michál Trešner|
|• Mestská samospráva||Karolina Bukorová|
|Elevation||130 m (426.5 ft)|
|• Estimate (2015)||30,500|
|• Census (2010)||30,213|
|Telephone Code||+(250) 11|
Mikulovce (Nikolian: Mikolov, Egalian: Michélara) is a town in southeastern Litvania. It is the seat of the Mikulovce district within the Michenian region of the country. It is historically the capital of the Iloš region, in the floodplain and watershed of the Topoľa river, in the foothills of the Luavian Highlands. The entire historical centre is categorized as a Ulethan Heritage Site since 2002. It currently maintains a stable population of 30,000 inhabitants.
The first mention of the town goes back to the 12th century, during the constant fighting between the Litvanians against Egalians. It was first mentioned as "Michélara" by a Egalian writer who entered the town when the Egalians' conquest of Litvania was beginning.
There are many places worth visiting in Mikulovce.
- Katedra sv. Jonkirda (St. Jonkird's Cathedral)
- Mestská radnica (Communal house)
- Staré mesto (Old town)
The Mikulovce district is divided into the following municipalities:
- Ráda nad Topoľou
- Mikulovská Stará Ves
- Konáre pri Mikulovcoch
- Svätý Juraj
The majority of the population of the town are Litvanians, with a 98% dominance. The rest are mainly Drabantians, Egalians, and other ethnic minorities. The majority is Orthodox Christic, with a small Mazanic group of people.
The following towns have been paired with Mikulovce: