Kosice, Slovakia

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St. Elizabeth Cathedral in Kosice - Slovakia

St. Elizabeth Cathedral in Kosice - Slovakia

Kosice Main Street III, Slovakia

Kosice Main Street III, Slovakia

Slovakia, Kosice

Slovakia, Kosice

Kosice

Kosice

Kosice (Slovakia) - My nana and pop pop lived here before moving to America after WWII

Kosice (Slovakia) - My nana and pop pop lived here before moving to America after WWII

state theatre slovakia kosice

state theatre slovakia kosice

Kosice, Slovakia

Kosice, Slovakia

Theatre, Kosice

Theatre, Kosice

Košice - State Theater

Košice - State Theater

Altstadt von Kosice

Altstadt von Kosice


Ďalšie nápady
One road in and one road out, yet the young man I asked could not tell me where the cathedral was.  Still he was charming as was Kosice.

One road in and one road out, yet the young man I asked could not tell me where the cathedral was. Still he was charming as was Kosice.

St. Elisabeth Cathedral, Košice, Slovakia

St. Elisabeth Cathedral, Košice, Slovakia

Kosice, Slovakia (by markb120)

Kosice, Slovakia (by markb120)

Art Deco architecture, Kosice, Slovakia

Art Deco architecture, Kosice, Slovakia

Spis Castle, Slovakia

Spis Castle, Slovakia

Slovakia, Kosice, St. Elizabeth's Catedral on Main Street- City I lived in.

Slovakia, Kosice, St. Elizabeth's Catedral on Main Street- City I lived in.

The Slovak Republic came into its own in 1993 when it peacefully separated from the Czech Republic. Throughout history Slovakia has been generally dominated by stronger political entities, however it has its own strong culture and national identity. Controlled in turn by the Hungarians, then the Ottoman Turks and most recently a part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Slovakians fostered their national identity and began to politically ally with neighboring peoples.

The Slovak Republic came into its own in 1993 when it peacefully separated from the Czech Republic. Throughout history Slovakia has been generally dominated by stronger political entities, however it has its own strong culture and national identity. Controlled in turn by the Hungarians, then the Ottoman Turks and most recently a part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Slovakians fostered their national identity and began to politically ally with neighboring peoples.

Singing Fountain in Kosice

Singing Fountain in Kosice

Miroslav Petrasko Blue Hour in Kosice The center of Kosice give many great photo opportunities.

Miroslav Petrasko Blue Hour in Kosice The center of Kosice give many great photo opportunities.

Košice v Košice Region

Košice v Košice Region

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