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2,278 Articles of interest in Slovakia

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  • Starý Smokovec

    Starý Smokovec (Hungarian: Ótátrafüred; German: Altschmecks; Polish: Stary Smokowiec) is a part of the town of Vysoké Tatry in northern Slovakia in the Tatras. Its name is pronounced approximately "Star-EE Smoke-oh-vets", meaning "Old Smokovec".

  • Slovak Ore Mountains

    The Slovak Ore Mountains (Slovak: Slovenské rudohorie, Hungarian: Gömör–Szepesi-érchegység, German: Slowakisches Erzgebirge/Zips-Gemer-Erzgebirge) are an extensive mountainous region of Slovakia's Spiš and Gemer region, and in small part in northern…

  • Močenok

    Močenok (Hungarian: Mocsonok) is a village and municipality in Šaľa District, in the Nitra Region of south-west Slovakia.

  • Apollo Bridge

    Apollo Bridge (Slovak: Most Apollo, provisionally known as Most Košická during construction, after the street leading to it) in Bratislava is a road bridge over the Danube in the capital of Slovakia.

  • Summer Archbishop's Palace

    The Summer Archbishop's Palace or Summer Archiepiscopal Palace (Slovak: Letný arcibiskupský palác, Hungarian: érseki nyári palota) is a palace in Bratislava which houses the government of Slovakia (the Slovak Republic Government Office).

  • Czarny Staw pod Rysami

    Czarny Staw pod Rysami (Black Lake below Mount Rysy) is a mountain lake on the Polish side of Mount Rysy in the Tatra mountains. At 1,583 m above sea level, it overlooks the nearby lake of Morskie Oko. Its maximum depth is 76 m.

  • Štadión na Sihoti

    Štadión na Sihoti is a multi-use stadium in Trenčín, Slovakia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FK AS Trenčín. In August 2005 the surface was replaced by artificial grass.

  • Zvolen Castle

    Zvolen Castle (Slovak: Zvolenský zámok or incorrectly Zvolenský hrad, Hungarian: zólyomi vár) is a medieval castle located on a hill near the center of Zvolen, in central Slovakia.

  • Slovak Karst

    The Slovak Karst (Slovak: Slovenský kras) is one of the mountain ranges of the Slovenské rudohorie Mountains in the Carpathians in southern Slovakia. It consists of a complex of huge karst plains and plateaus. Since 1973 it was a protected landscape…

  • Lafranconi Bridge

    Lafranconi Bridge (Slovak: Most Lafranconi, previously Most mládeže or Youth Bridge) is a concrete motorway bridge in Bratislava, Slovakia, located on the D2 motorway. It was built in 1985-1991, with its right half opened in 1990 and the rest in 199…

  • Krásna Hôrka Castle

    The Krásna Hôrka Castle (Slovak: Hrad Krásna Hôrka, Hungarian: Krasznahorka vára) is a castle in Slovakia, built on a hilltop overlooking the village of Krásnohorské Podhradie near Rožňava, in Košice Region. The first recorded mention of the castle …

  • House of the Good Shepherd

    The House of the Good Shepherd (Slovak: Dom U dobrého pastiera) is a narrow, Rococo-style building in Bratislava, Slovakia, located in the Old Town below Bratislava Castle. It was built in 1760–1765 by notable Bratislava master-mason Matej (Matthäus…

  • Bratislava Zoo

    The ZOO Bratislava (Slovak: Zoologická záhrada Bratislava) is a 96-hectare (240-acre) zoo in Bratislava, Slovakia, in the borough of Karlova Ves. It lies in the Little Carpathians forest. As of 2007, the zoo has an area of 96-hectare (240-acre), and…

  • Arena Theatre

    Arena Theatre (Slovak: Divadlo Aréna) is one of the oldest theatres in Bratislava. It was established in 1828 on the right bank of Danube. In the beginning it served as an open summer amphitheatre, hence the name Arena.

  • Aquapark Tatralandia

    Aquapark Tatralandia Holiday Resort is the biggest aqua-park in Slovakia and one of the biggest in Central Europe. It is located 4 km south-west from town Liptovský Mikuláš in Ráztoky, on the north bank of dam Liptovská Mara. The source of the therm…

  • Červený Kameň Castle

    Červený Kameň Castle (Slovak: Hrad Červený Kameň, Hungarian: Vöröskő, German: Bibersburg, earlier Rotenstein) is a 13th-century castle in southwestern Slovakia in the Little Carpathians near the village of Častá.

  • Zemplínska šírava

    Zemplínska šírava (sometimes called the "Slovak sea" (Slovak: Slovenské more)). is a dam and lake in eastern Slovakia, near the town of Michalovce, wholly belonging to the Michalovce District. The name recalls the historical Zemplín region. The dam …

  • Vrátna dolina

    Vrátna dolina or Vrátna Valley is a valley in the Malá Fatra mountain range in Slovakia. It is situated 3 kilometers from the village of Terchová in the Žilina Region. Vrátna dolina covers an area of approximately 36 km² (13,9 mi²).

  • Trinitarian Church of Bratislava

    The Trinitarian Church or Trinity Church, full name Church of Saint John of Matha and Saint Felix of Valois (Slovak: Kostol trinitárov, Trinitársky kostol or Trojičný kostol or Kostol svätého Jána z Mathy a svätého Felixa z Valois; incorrectly Holy …

  • Tribeč

    Tribeč is a crystalline mountain range in western Slovakia, in the Inner Western Carpathians within the Fatra-Tatra Area, roughly between the towns of Nitra, Partizánske and Zlaté Moravce. It is surrounded by the Danubian Lowland, Pohronský Inovec, …

  • Jarabina

    Jarabina (Rusyn: Орябина, Oriabyna; Hungarian: Berkenyéd) is a village and municipality in Stará Ľubovňa District in the Prešov Region of northern Slovakia.

  • Gombasek Cave

    Gombasek Cave or Gombasecká jaskyňa (in Slovak) and Gombaszögi-barlang (in Hungarian) is a stalactite and stalagmite cave in the Slovak Karst, Slovakia. It is named after the settlement of Gombasek, which belongs to the village of Slavec. It is loca…

  • Demänovská Ice Cave

    Demänovská Ice Cave or Demänovská ľadová jaskyňa (in Slovak) is an ice cave in the Demänovská Valley (Low Tatra) in Slovakia. It was first mentioned in 1299 and is one of oldest known caves in Europe. After the opening of Demänovská jaskyňa Slobody …