Slovak National Gallery - Water Barracks and the Bridge

Region: Region Bratislava (Bratislavský kraj)
District: Bratislava I
City / Municipality: Bratislava, City part / Municipality part:Staré Mesto (Old Town)
Tourist location:Bratislava and surroundings
Mountains: Little Carpathians (Malé Karpaty)
Lies by the river: Dunaj
Latitude:48° 8' 24.58356" / 48.1401621
Longitude:17° 6' 33.55200000009" / 17.109320000000025
Included in categories: Galleries
SNG Water Barracks Bratislava Slovak National Gallery - Water Barracks and the Bridge  is closed - in reconstruction. Water Barracks and the Bridge are part of the SNG complex in Bratislava that served for exhibition purposes.Water Barracks are the oldest part of the complex, where the institution began its operations. In the former building of city police on the Danube embankment (residence of Hungarian Sappers before then), used to  be so-called Hygiene Museum after WWII, later the popular club Taranda used these premises. The building of the SNG, situated on (then) the largest promenade in Bratislava, belongs to important architectural monuments in this area. Originally four-winged baroque disposition from the years 1759 - 1763 (former chronogram, located on the buttresses of the object, resembles the year 1761), was created according to the decision of the Hungarian Royal Construction Chamber, following the Teresian reconstruction of the Bratislava Castle, probably by architect G. B. Martinelli and F. A. ... ... Read more

Objects, services, attractions around (up to 50 km - direct distance)

* There is noticed the direct distance (as the crow flies) in km
* Click on the map marker for more details
View in fullscreen mode
* There is noticed the direct distance (as the crow flies) in km
* Click on the map marker for more details
View in fullscreen mode
* There is noticed the direct distance (as the crow flies) in km
* Click on the map marker for more details
View in fullscreen mode
* There is noticed the direct distance (as the crow flies) in km
* Click on the map marker for more details
View in fullscreen mode
* There is noticed the direct distance (as the crow flies) in km
* Click on the map marker for more details
View in fullscreen mode

More from related categories

One of the most romatic modern art museums in Europe - the Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum - is located less than 20 km south of Bratislava. It was founded by the Dutch collector and patron of the arts Gerard Meulensteen and the Slovak gallerist Vincent Polakovič. Since its opening in 2000, ...
Read more
Andy Warhol Museum of Modern Art in city Medzilaborce was founded in the year 1991 as the first one in the world dedicated to the personality of the King of pop-art. Today, the Museum is a specific trans-regional institution of the museum-gallery type, dealing mainly with current tendencies in ...
Read more
Strážky mansion is National cultural monument in town Spišská Belá, in town section Strážky. The mansion was built in years 1570 - 1590 on the foundations of castle from 13th century. Originally Gothic mansion was rebuilt in the Renaissance style and in the 18th century was Baroque-Classicist ...
Read more
The medieval castle in city of Zvolen is currently the most extensive gallery in Slovakia. Its space offers visitors a large collection of old masters from the 13th to the 21th centuries. The halls of the ground and first floor are attractive exhibition spaces with a wealth of artistic types, ...
Read more
Ľudovít Fulla is one of the most prominent and original representatives in the history of Slovak art. His gallery in Ružomberok was founded as a result of an agreement between the artist and the state according to which Fulla donated a large collection of exhibits and the state built a gallery ...
Read more
Nedbalka Gallery is situated on a street, which belongs to the oldest ones in Bratislava, built on old city walls from the 13th to the 15th centuries. The tortuous street connects Laurinská and Uršulínska Streets. In terms of architecture and history, it was one of the most interesting streets ...
Read more