Banská Bystrica (German: Neusohl, Medieval Latin: Neosolium, Hungarian: Besztercebánya) is a city in Central Slovakia. Banská Bystrica was founded in the 13th century by German settlers by the orders of Hungarian king, Bela IV. Neusohl was a copper mining center. In the 15th century the Fugger family also invested in these mines. The 13th century Church of Assumption of the Virgin Mary is located near the Main Sq. The Romanesque-Gothic church was rebuilt in Baroque style after a fire. The…
Slovakia, Highland; former historical Hungary /Felvidék. Beniczky House/ház. 1660. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felvid%c3%a9k A finely decorated late renessaince building. It's owner was a Hungarian nobleman, Thomas Beniczky de Miczina. It started as a permanent settlement in the 9th century and obtained the municipal privileges of a Hungarian royal town in 1255. The copper mining town acquired its present picturesque look in the Late Middle Ages when the prosperous burghers built its central…
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The Zvolen Castle, which is located on the bank of the Slatina River, is the most distinctive feature and symbol of the Central Slovakian town of Zvolen. An armoured train that reminds the Slovak National Uprising is placed nearby the castle.