The Orava forest railway was in the past part of Kysuce - Orava Forest Railway. It was...
Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav (2.2.1849 - 8.11.1921) was a Slovak poet, dramatist,...
Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav (2.2.1849 - 8.11.1921) was a Slovak poet, dramatist,...
The Budatín Castle is a castle in north-western Slovakia, in Budatín - the part of city...
Čachtice Castle became famous thanks to Elisabeth Báthory who was born in 1560. The...
The Slovak National Museum - Red Stone Museum invites public to tour  of part of the...
The Schaubmar Mill is part of the Slovak National Gallery. It is the only...
Municipal Local History Museum in Fiľakovo works in premises of local Reduta (Vigadó)...
Franciscan Father K. König was the first who came with idea to establish the castle...
Life of burgher in Stara Lubovna and city history draws closer the life of the...
Museum of the Slovak National Uprising has made available a permanent Slovak National...
The Slovak National Uprising began on 29 August 1944 (during World War II) as a revolt...
The organ from village Špania Dolina belongs among the historical jewels, it is almost...
Nature of the north-eastern Slovakia and its Conservation The display presents...
Roháč Waterfall (Roháčsky vodopád) is located in the Western Tatras (Západné Tatry),...

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Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav (2.2.1849 - 8.11.1921) was a Slovak poet, dramatist, translator, and for a short time, member of the Czechoslovak parliament. First, he wrote in a traditional style, but later became influenced by parnassism and modernism. The exhibition is part of the P.O. ...
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The Betliar Museum is a specialized art-history museum oriented on the development of the residences of the aristocracy in the 18th and 19th centuries with the exhibition in the Betliar manor-house, a mediaeval castle exhibition at Krásna Hôrka and the Mausoleum in the Krásnohorské Podhradie. ...
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The Slovak National Museum - Red Stone Museum invites public to tour  of part of the ground floor of the restored interior of the Budmerice manor house. Budmerice manor house was built in 1889 by the count Ján Pálfi (1857-1934) with his young wife, Elizabeth Schlippenbach. The author of the ...
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The Schaubmar Mill is part of the Slovak National Gallery. It is the only well-preserved windmill in Slovakia with a functional milling technology. You will find an Exposition of  Mills and a Gallery of Contemporary Art, in which is especially presented modern and contemporary art and design. ...
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Exposure in the Ráztocká valley is administered by the Museum of the Slovak National Uprising. The new exhibition - Reprisals of Nazis and Shock Troops of Hlinka Guards in years 1944-1945 was made available in year 2003. The exhibition is devoted to one of the most tragic chapters of Slovak ...
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The mansion in city of  Snina is a classicistic mansion from the end of the 18th century. The mansion was built by Terézia van Dernáth in 1781. Countess Terézia van Dernáth was the granddaughter of the last male descendant of the Drugeth family who have been the lords of Snina since about 1321. ...
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