Velka nad Velickou is a village in the south-east of The Czech Republic. Velka nad Velickou lies on banks of the Velicka River, which rises in the Javorina mountain. In 1228 Velka nad Velickou was a small city with the right to trade. Today Velka nad Velickou is the biggest village of Hornacko region in the Bile Karpaty mountain. There is a population about 3000 people. There is a big factory Kordarna, a lumber mill, a lot of farms, which breed cows, sheep, goats and wild ruminants. There is a department store and a lot of small shops in the centre of the village. There is a butcher’s, where you can buy excellent sausages, which are known in all region. There is St. Marie Magdalena church, which was built in 14th century. In 1747 people had St. Jan Nepomucky statue built. There is an old Jewish cemetery and two Christian cemeteries. Near the village is a stone wind mill from 1842 and view-tower Travicna. In the Velicka River live trout. The village lies near The Bile Karpaty Mountains in the natural reservation with rare animals and plants.