Region: Region Prešov (Prešovský kraj)
District: Stropkov
City / Municipality: Tokajík
Latitude: 49° 6' 16.38288" / 49.1045508 /
Longitude: 21° 42' 18.555120000137" / 21.705154200000038 /
Included in categories: Museums
Exposure of Museum of the Slovak National Uprising  called Fascist reprisals in eastern Slovakia is situated in the village Tokajík in northeastern Slovakia. Opposite the museum there is a memorial dedicated to the victims of fascist reprisals in village Tokajík, who were murdered at the burning down of the village on November 20, 1944. Source: www.muzeumsnp.sk   ... Read more

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Memorial to Tokajík tragedy - Museum of SNP

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