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Divín

Divín

Čičmany (Slovakia). 'The craftsmanship required to build the highly decorated, traditional log houses in Čičmany is so impressive. Just the joinery alone was worth studying. We visited two old houses, a restaurant and a little shop in the long, narrow old village. Some of the buildings were constructed hundreds of years ago.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/slovakia/central-slovakia

Čičmany (Slovakia). 'The craftsmanship required to build the highly decorated, traditional log houses in Čičmany is so impressive. Just the joinery alone was worth studying. We visited two old houses, a restaurant and a little shop in the long, narrow old village. Some of the buildings were constructed hundreds of years ago.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/slovakia/central-slovakia

The Bojnice Castle in Slovakia looks like something from a fairy tale. #PANDORAloves

The Bojnice Castle in Slovakia looks like something from a fairy tale. #PANDORAloves

3 months in Slovakia. Wish I could go back.

3 months in Slovakia. Wish I could go back.

Main Square in Bratislava at night, Slovakia (by pxls.jpg on Flickr)

Main Square in Bratislava at night, Slovakia (by pxls.jpg on Flickr)

Bratislava, Slovakia

Bratislava, Slovakia

Orava Castle, Slovakia I will get here...I lovr visiting this part of the world

Orava Castle, Slovakia I will get here...I lovr visiting this part of the world

Bojnice Castle, Slovakia

Bojnice Castle, Slovakia

Spiš castle, Slovakia

Spiš castle, Slovakia

Interior of the Red Monastery. Červený Kláštor (Red Monastery) is a medieval monastery located in Slovakia.  It is located near the village of Červený Kláštor within the Pieniny Mountains, next to the Dunajec River.  The monastery suffered a fire in 1907 and was heavily damaged during the Second World War, but after being rebuilt in 1956–66 it was opened again and serves as a museum.

Interior of the Red Monastery. Červený Kláštor (Red Monastery) is a medieval monastery located in Slovakia. It is located near the village of Červený Kláštor within the Pieniny Mountains, next to the Dunajec River. The monastery suffered a fire in 1907 and was heavily damaged during the Second World War, but after being rebuilt in 1956–66 it was opened again and serves as a museum.

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