From our archive: Interview with historian Ivan Kamenec about one of the most significant events of Slovakia’s history, the Slovak National Uprising (SNP), which started on August 29, 1944.
The story of US-Slovak military cooperation began with the Slovak National Uprising.
By rising up against the Nazi-allied Bratislava government and joining the fight against Nazi Germany the rebels earned Slovaks a place among the ranks of the victors in 1945.
No tents, no sleeping rough, two teenagers and two adults, 900km, 4 rucksacks and some maps, a lot of maps: this is going to be fun.
Banská Štiavnica was one of the richest towns of the Kingdom of Hungary thanks to its mines.
A participant of the summer Slovak language school talks about his interest in Slovak literature, in the country itself, and the challenges of translating.
The darkness is a scary, mysterious, calming place. It attracts people so much that some go there for a holiday.
The study evaluated proposed variants for the D1 stretch Turany-Hubová.
The break-up of Sieť brings redistribution of power in state posts.
Slovak judiciary has still reached no conclusion in the case of the alleged 2006 assault on a Hungarian student whom the then interior minister called a "pathological liar".
General Aviation Terminal is a result of refurbishment of unused terminal.
“How do you translate slniečkar in English?” I ask my Slovak colleague. “Ha! I don’t know what it exactly means in Slovak either.”
While Slovak politics do not match this larger model exactly, the current apolitical government certainly does and the recent collapse of Sieť is playing into the trend, while fuelling anger at politics generally.
A small gesture in the beginning can have a huge impact in the end, especially when workshops and educative tools are used on a weekly basis.
Work created by Alfons Mucha succeeded in a prestigious international stamp competition.
Slovak football players will play their first world cup qualification match on September 4.
Slovakia wins four medals, placing 37th overall.