Orloj v Starej Bystrici - prvý orloj na Slovensku
Netradičnou a tak trochu aj svetovou zaujímavosťou je Slovenský orloj v obci Stará Bystrica. Jedná sa o prvý orloj nielen na Kysuciach, ale dokonca na celom Slovensku!
Explore Bratislava holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | Slovakia's capital since the country's independence in 1993, Bratislava is a mosaic of illustrious history: a medieval and Gothic old town, baroque palaces commissioned by Hungarian nobles, and the crowning castle, rebuilt to Renaissance finery. Slicing through the city are stark-angled, communist-era blocks and a futurist bridge.
The distinctive village of Cicmany lies in the valley of the Strazovske Hillsm almost next to the spring of the River Rajcianka. The village is known for its historic and unique architecture - painted, wooden houses. .
Slovakia - Bratislava
For more details of my trips, please visit: www.theworldwalkers.com/tww/trips/user/54.jsf Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia and, with a population of 425,000, the country's largest city. Bratislava is in the south-west of Slovakia on both banks of the Danube River. Bordering Austria and Hungary, it is the only national capital that borders two other countries. Bratislava is the political, cultural, and economic centre of Slovakia. It is the seat of the Slovak presidency, the parliament…
Each tower of Panorma City Bratislava offers 33 floors of various interior solutions. Except from 605 apartments will be soon of the project and green park, shops, offices, restaurants, bars and services for visitors. The author of this project is Slovak architector Ing. arch. Juraj Hermann. This project constitutes the wide public modern architecture of the 21st century, the high quality of birth for family and each of individuals, all its eqiuoment maintain life in the center of…
Dom sv Mikulas, Trnava, Slovakia. The Dom sv Mikulas in Trnava with its two Baroque steeples was promoted from a mere parish church in 1526 to the temporary seat of the archbishop of Hungary. The transfer of the Hungarian religious center was caused by the Turkish invasion of most of Hungary. At the time, the Hungarians were forced to retreat north of the Danube. (V)