Bojnice Castle (Slovak: Bojnický zámok, Hungarian: Bajmóci vár) is a medieval castle in Bojnice, Slovakia. It is a Romantic castle with some original Gothic and Renaissance elements built in the 12th century.
Latitude and longitude of Banská Bystrica
Banská Bystrica (Slovak pronunciation: [ˈbanskaː ˈbistritsa], also known by other alternative names) is a city in central Slovakia located on the Hron River in a long and wide valley encircled by the mountain chains of the Low Tatras, the Veľká Fatra, and the Kremnica Mountains. With 78 327 inhabitants, Banská Bystrica is the sixth most populous municipality in Slovakia. The present town was founded by German settlers, however it was built upon a former Slavic settlement. It obtained the municipal privileges of a free royal town of the Kingdom of Hungary in 1255. The copper mining town acquired its present picturesque look in the Late Middle Ages when the prosperous burghers built its central churches, mansions, and fortifications. It is the capital of the kraj (Banská Bystrica Region) and the okres (Banská Bystrica District). It is also the home of Matej Bel University.
Latitude: 48° 44' 22.06" N
Longitude: 19° 09' 12.56" E
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Rakhiv (Ukrainian: Рáхів) is a city located in Zakarpattia Oblast (province) in western Ukraine. It is the administrative center of Rakhiv Raion (district).
The Low Tatras or Low Tatra (Slovak: Nízke Tatry) is a mountain range of the Inner Western Carpathians in central Slovakia.
Sliač Airport (IATA: SLD, ICAO: LZSL) or, historically, Letisko Tri Duby (literally, "The Three Oaks Airport") is an international airport in central Slovakia situated between the towns of Zvolen and Banská Bystrica and near the spa town of Sliač. T…
Chopok (2,024 m) is the third highest peak of the Low Tatra range (just after the neighboring Ďumbier and Štiavnica mountains) in central Slovakia. The peak offers a panoramatic view of High Tatra, Liptov and the valley of Hron.
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.
The Bojnice Zoo (Slovak: Bojnická zoologická záhrada) is a 42-hectare (100-acre) zoo near the town of Bojnice, Slovakia.
Veľká Fatra (also Great Fatra or Greater Fatra) is a mountain range in the Western Carpathians in Slovakia.
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.
Slovalco is a large Slovak company that produces 160,000 tonnes of aluminium and aluminium products per annum.
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.
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…
Bystrianska Cave is a limestone cave located on the southern slopes of the Nizke Tatry Mountains, along the road towards Banska Bystrica, at the southern edge of the town of Bystrá, in the Brezno District, Banskobystrický region, in Slovakia.
Pustý hrad is a castle whose ruins are located on a forested hill in the southern part of Zvolen in central Slovakia. With an area of 76,000 m² it is arguably one of the largest medieval castles in Europe. The original name was Zvolen Castle or Old …
Opatovce nad Nitrou (Hungarian: Bajmócapáti) is a village and municipality in Prievidza District in the Trenčín Region of western Slovakia.
Kľak is a village and municipality in the Žarnovica District, Banská Bystrica Region in Slovakia.