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The Ján Cikker Museum was established in 2004 through the decision of the Ján Cikker Foundation, which is the…
Slovak Gas Museum maps the history, as well as current situation of the Slovak gas industry. The museum is…
The Museum of Education and Pedagogy is a nationally specialized facility, the only one of its kind in the…
The Theater Museum Institute collects, processes and provides for museum collections recording theater culture in Slovakia from the very…
The museum is in the early stage of its existence and is based on the voluntary work of professionals.…
The museum presents collection items from the railway sector in Slovakia in exhibitions mainly involving operational as well as…
The ÚĽUV shop located on Nám. SNP is enriched with a presentation part. We gradually introduce the selected particularities…
The UMELKA Gallery is one of the oldest cultural institutions in Slovakia. It was established by the Arts Association…
Kunsthalle Bratislava is a gallery presenting exhibitions of current domestic and foreign visual artists. It makes visual art available…
The Central European House of Photography operates the photographic PROFIL Gallery and the Martin Martinček’ Gallery; the public photographic…
Flatgallery has been opened since December 2012 as a private contemporary fine art gallery in the intimate environment of…
The Čin Čin Gallery was established in 2010 with the aim of presenting and selling visual art. The gallery’s…
“The gallery is to be,” Marian Mudroch wrote in the first annual catalogue of the gallery in 2011. Since…
Nadine Gardy, born in France, is particularly interested in the art of “New Europe” and its development after the…
The Krokus Gallery was established in 2008 and focuses on exhibition, sale, consulting and edition activities in the field…

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