Historical forest railways
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Holy Trinity Square in Banská Štiavnica
Holy Trinity Square in Banská Štiavnica
Square shaped in the beginning of 16th century, and forms the core of the city. A significant role in its formation played the building of the Town Hall and the Church of St Catherine. Houses on the sides of the square are  epideictic burgher's palaces, which belonged to rich burghers and mining ...
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Museum of SNP - National Cultural Monument Kalište
Location on map - Museum of SNP - National Cultural Monument Kalište
Kalište is one of many villages and settlements that were burned during World War II. Life in Kalište, as in a only village, has not been restored until today. It is located in the protected area of the National Park Low Tatras (Národný park Nízke Tatry ) at 924 m. a.s.l.. There are reconstructed 2 houses, a small bell tower and the foundations of burnt houses. They recall the tragedy from March 18, 1945. In 2007, the Museum of Slovak National Uprising (Museum of SNP) made available new exhibition called Partisan Republic in 2 houses. Together with the exhibition, a new memorial was also made available. The memory of killed reminds the former inhabitants of Kališťe and other citizens annually at anniversary of Slovak National Uprising, in the area of a former village, on event called Meeting of Generations. In 2008, the Museum of SNP made accessible a nature trail called How people from Kalište lived. It consists of 17 information boards, which are located in the whole area of National Cultural Monument. Source: www.muzeumsnp.sk
Museum of SNP - National Cultural Monument Kalište
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Ochtinska Aragonite Cave
Ochtinska Aragonite Cave
Ochtinska Aragonite Cave  (Ochtinská aragonitová jaskyňa) is located in eastern Slovakia in Košice Region (Košický kraj), district Rožňava. There are few similar accessed caves in the world. The cave is unique in the richness and variety of aragonite decoration and the creation and development ...
Vihorlat Mountains
Location on map - Vihorlat Mountains
Vihorlat Mountains (Vihorlatské vrchy)  is mountain range in East Slovakia and partly in the west of Ukraine. It is located in Prešov Region (Prešovský kraj) - districts Humenné and Snina  and in Košice Region (Košický kraj) - districts Michalovce and Sobrance on the territory of Slovakia. Highest peak of Vihorlat Mountains is Vihorlat (1 075, 5 m. a.s.l.). There is Vihorlat Protected Landscape Area, and Vihorlat primaeval forest which has been declared a site of  UNESCO World Natural Heritage in year 2007 on Vihorlat Mountains territory.
Vihorlat Mountains
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