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Tripland Gallery is the museum of optical illusions and 3D tricks in the center of Bratislava (SNP 474/15). Tripland Gallery is a…
The church is one of the most important cultural and historical landmarks in Svätý Jur. The Gothic Roman Catholic parish Church of…
You are invited to visit a Hutterite house dating from 1717 where you will learn a lot from the history of the…
The Pálffys – an aristocratic dynasty from the period of the Hungarian Kingdom – selected their seats with care. In the16th century…
The circumstances connected to the origin of the castle are not completely known. Some historians prefer the theory that the Pajstun castle…
The Manor House was built as border fortress at the strategically important place of Moravian- Ugrian border. Thanks to the architectonic conception…
An unusual combination is to be found in the ancient building of the mill dating from 1767, named after a milling family…
Majestic monastery welcomes thousands of pilgrims every year. Except of the main pilgrimage taking place on the 15th of September you can…
Come to enjoy the attractive nature during a trip on the Baťa Canal. The port of Skalica, a town on the borders…
Marianka is a well-known pilgrimage site located on the south-western edge of the Small Carpathians at the point where they come into…
The Slovak Radio building is one of Bratislava‘s dominant architectural features. It was constructed at a time when socialist realism was the…
The Czechoslovak Fortification is the best fortification system from 1930s. The fort has been reconstructed to the year 1938. Come and be acquainted…

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