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The Orava forest railway was in the past part of Kysuce - Orava Forest Railway. It was...
Popradské pleso is situated in Mengusovská Valley (Mengusovská dolina) in High Tatras...
It is located at an altitude of 1 545 m, has an area of 1,78 ha and has deep 4,5 m....
Bojnice Castle is a medieval castle in Bojnice, Slovakia. It is a Romantic castle with...
The first mention of Red Stone Castle was in the first half of the 13th century. The...
Rocky Mountain Lake (Skalnaté pleso) is a moraine lake in the High Tatras (Vysoké...
The castle belongs to the castles called town castles. It was built directly on the...
The first town hall was on one of the oldest Kežmarok streets – Old Market. After...
Nedbalka Gallery is situated on a street, which belongs to the oldest ones in...
Municipal Local History Museum in Fiľakovo works in premises of local Reduta (Vigadó)...
The ruins of Spiš Castle in eastern Slovakia is one of the largest castle sites in...
Monument reservation of folk architecture in Vlkolinec is a picturesque village under...
Wooden articular Church is in a village Hronsek in the District of Banská Bystrica,...
The building of Berggericht with a rich history hides a valuable Mineralogical...
The first written mention of Allsaints Mine in Hodrusa comes from 1378; however, it is...

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