The Pan-European University is a private institute of higher education located in Bratislava, Slovakia.
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Štadión pod Zoborom is a multi-use stadium in Nitra, Slovakia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FC Nitra.
Štadión Petržalka (also called (Štadión) za Starým mostom) was a football stadium in Bratislava, Slovakia, in the borough of Petržalka. It is the former home ground of MFK Petržalka.
Ďumbier (2,043 m or 6,703 ft) is the highest mountain in the Low Tatra range, in central Slovakia.
The Vtacnik Mountains, occasionally Vtáčnik Mountains (Slovak: Vtáčnik), is a range in central Slovakia, which forms part of the Slovak Central Mountains (Slovenské stredohorie) within the Inner Western Carpathians.
Vihorlat Mountains (Slovak: Vihorlatské vrchy; Ukrainian: Вигорлат, Vyhorliat) or colloquially Vihorlat is a volcanic mountain range in eastern Slovakia and western Ukraine.
The Strečno Castle (Slovak: Strečniansky hrad) is a Gothic castle in northern Slovakia, 16 km east of Žilina.
Smolenice Castle (Slovak: Smolenický zámok) is a castle in the eastern slope of the Little Carpathians, near the town of Smolenice, Slovakia.
Slovalco is a large Slovak company that produces 160,000 tonnes of aluminium and aluminium products per annum.
Observatórium Skalnaté pleso (Skalnaté Pleso Observatory) is an astronomical observatory in Slovakia. There is also a meteorological observatory.
The J. Selye University (Hungarian: Selye János Egyetem, Slovak: Univerzita J. Selyeho) is the only Hungarian-language university in Slovakia. It was established in 2004 in Komárno (Hungarian: (Rév)Komárom) and it has three faculties.
The SNP Stadium (Slovak: Štadión SNP, Štiavničky) is a multi-purpose stadium in Banská Bystrica, Slovakia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FK Dukla Banská Bystrica.
Prístavný most (literally Harbour Bridge, until 1993 known as Most hrdinov Dukly or Dukla Heroes' Bridge) is a double-floor motorway-railroad truss bridge over the Danube in Bratislava, Slovakia, near the Port of Bratislava. It lies on the D1 motorw…
Piešťany Airport (IATA: PZY, ICAO: LZPP) is an airport serving spa town of Piešťany, Slovakia.
The Nitra (Slovak: Nitra, German: Neutra, Hungarian: Nyitra) is a 197-kilometre (122 mi) long river in western Slovakia. It flows into the Váh river close to its confluence with the Danube in Komárno. Its source is in the Malá Fatra (Lesser Fatra) m…
Mirbach Palace (Slovak: Mirbachov palác) is a Rococo-style palace in the Old Town, Bratislava, built from 1768 to 1770 for Bratislava (then Pressburg) brewer Michal Spech. The palace is named after its last owner, Count Emil Mirbach.Count Emil Mirba…
Melek is a municipality and village in the Nitra District of the south-west of Slovakia, in the Nitra Region.
Calvary Banská Štiavnica (Slovak: Banskoštiavnická Kalvária) is a late-Baroque calvary, architectural and landscape unit in Slovakia, unique in extent and content, formed in the years 1744–1751.
Johann Pálffy Palace (Slovak: Pálffyho palác or Pálfiho palác) is a late Classicism-style building in the Old Town, Bratislava, on the Panská street, near the Hviezdoslav Square. The palace is standing on the site of a former building, which was unt…
Havránok is an important archaeological site in northern Slovakia. It is located on a hill above the Liptovská Mara water reservoir around 2 km from the village of Bobrovník, about halfway between Ružomberok and Liptovský Mikuláš in the Liptov regio…
The Franciscan Church (Slovak: Františkánsky kostol or Kostol Zvestovania Pána) is the oldest existing religious (sacral) building in the Old Town of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. The church was consecrated in the year 1297 in the presence of…
Figa is a village and municipality in the Rimavská Sobota District of the Banská Bystrica Region of southern Slovakia.
Chorvátsky Grob (Croatian: Hrvatski Grob, Hungarian: Horvátgurab, Horvát-Gurab, German: Kroatisch-Eisgrub) is a village and municipality in western Slovakia in Senec District in the Bratislava region.
Budkovce (Hungarian: Butka [ˈbutkɒ]) a village and municipality in Michalovce District in the Kosice Region of eastern Slovakia.
Belianska Cave (Slovak: Belianska jaskyňa) is a stalactite cave in the Slovak part of the Tatra mountains, the largest and the only one open to the public in the Tatras.
Babie is a village and municipality in the Vranov nad Topľou District in the Prešov Region of Slovakia.
Dobrá Voda (literally "good water") is a municipality of Trnava District in the Trnava region of Slovakia.
Ľubochňa (Hungarian: Fenyőháza) is a village and municipality in Ružomberok District in the Žilina Region of northern Slovakia.
The Čunovo Water Sports Centre is an artificial whitewater slalom course in Slovakia, on an island in the Danube river, 14 km southeast of Bratislava, near the village of Čunovo. It is powered by flow diversion from the Čunovo dam.
All sports complex (Všešportový areál in Slovak) is a multi-purpose stadium in Košice, Slovakia that was opened by match against ZVL Žilina on 29 February 1976. The facility is currently not used. The stadium was primarily used for football matches …
Veľký Rozsutec (1,609.7 m; 5,281.17 ft AMSL) is a mountain situated in the Malá Fatra mountain range in the Žilina Region, Slovakia.
Trenčín District (Slovak: okres Trenčín, Hungarian: Trencséni járás) is a district in the Trenčín Region of western Slovakia.
The Strážov Mountains (Slovak: Strážovské vrchy) are a mountain range in northwestern Slovakia, being part of Inner Western Carpathians, and of the Fatra-Tatra Area. They are situated between the towns of Trenčín, Považská Bystrica, Rajec, Prievidza…
Slovinky is a village and municipality in the Spišská Nová Ves District in the Košice Region of central-eastern Slovakia.
The Slovak Central Mountains (Slovak: Slovenské stredohorie) are a group of mountain ranges in southern central Slovakia.
Aegon Arena (formerly known as Sibamac Arena) is part of the Slovak National Tennis Centre in Bratislava, Slovakia.