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Slot
“Great view to confluence of rivers Danube and Morava. Nice nature. Few expositions.”
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Historic Site
“You will know that you are entering the pedestrian area of the old Town when you pass through St. Michael´s Gate. One of the oldest buildings in town. You can climb the tower and check out the small Museum of Weapons and City Fortifications. Place: Michalská ulica 24 Open: 10am/11am - 5pm/6pm”
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Monument / Landmark
“Since 2000 the Holy Trinity Column has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.”
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Town Hall
“The Old Town hall is a beautiful building both inside and out. Inside the Museum of City History occupies most of the space. Don´t forget to head down to the basement to see examples of Medieval torture instruments, then walk up to the top of the tower for a fabulous view of Bratislava Old Town´s main square. Place: Hlavné námestie 1, Bratislava Open: 10am/10am - 5pm/6pm”
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Monument / Landmark
“The northernmost medieval minaret in Europe (i.e., the northernmost one except those built by immigrant communities in the last decades) and the tallest in Hungary (the other two are in Pécs and Érd) the minaret is a 42 meter high symbol of the Turkish occupation. It is 97 steps to the top, but be warned, the climb up is in an incredibly enclosed space on uneven and slippery steps and there is little room to move around up top so those who are afraid of heights or tight places should just enjoy it from the outside. Open for visitors from April to November.”
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Tourist Information Center
“RakaTravel office, Luggage Storage and gift shop (polish handmade and local products) ”
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Slot
“Kezmarok - Levoca's main rival for hundreds of years. Worth a vist and a pleasant castle and museum is a nice way to spend a day out.”
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Tourist Information Center
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Synagogue
“The Heydukova Street Synagogue is the only remaining synagogue in Bratislava. Constructed in 1923-1926, it is a Cubist building designed by the Bratislava-based Jewish architect Artur Szalatnai-Slatinsky.”
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Art Gallery
“Production buildings number 14 and 15 were originally built for the shoe-end, architecturally it was the developmental follow-on of Bata's factories. You can now look into the history of the Bata empire at the Museum of Southeast Moravia and the Regional Gallery of Fine Arts. Regional Gallery mainly focusses on Czech visual arts from the 19th and 20th centuries; however, it also exhibits original industrial design and modern architecture that has a significant presence in Zlin. 19th century art, 20th century art, architecture / urbanism, art trade / applied arts / design, cast-iron art, contemporary creative arts, furniture / interior furnishings, paintings / drawings / graphic design, reg”
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Historic Site
“Jakab's Palace At the end of Mlynska street opposite City Park, the site where the enchanting artificial brook called Mlynský náhon was originally created is now home to this charming palace. The palace was not the residence of some noble family, however, but the private house of well-known Košice builder Peter Jakab, who was also responsible for building the National Theatre building and the East Slovak Museum. In April 1945 the palace enjoyed its greatest heyday, when it was the residence of the president of the Czechoslovak Republic, Edvard Beneš.”
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Monument / Landmark
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Slot
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