Leading Slovak expert contributes to rewriting Maya history.
These conveniently-located plots have huge investment potential.
Despite the efforts of the communist regime, people kept Jan Palach and his protest in their memory.
Tips for the top 10 events in the capital between January 18 and January 27, plus regular services in different languages, training, temporary exhibitions and highlights of the year.
To preserve their credibility, real academics must call out plagiarism.
Our country needs good and non-partisan president, he said.
The perks of rural life and modern family houses complemented by civic amenities and a common public space.
May keeps her job because nobody else is capable, or willing, to take on the impossible task of Brexit.
The death of Ján Palach inspired protests that led to the overthrow of the communist regime.
This year will be extremely demanding for the car industry in Slovakia.
More than 580 Slovaks have received the honour to date.
Thousands have shared the latest hoax on the abduction of children on social media. The police warn that scaremongering is criminal act.
Lying has always been lying, Comenius University's Faculty of Arts wrote in its open letter.
The average wage in 2018 exceeded the €1,000 threshold for the first time.
One of the main problems of the Slovak labour market is behind the development.
It will construct a new line to produce more electrical steel.
No amount of evidence will ever be enough to hold racist police officers to account when they terrorise and brutalise Roma communities.
We may share poverty, but never the songs that make us shiver.
“Get rid of Fico” must become “Replace Fico with X”.
Other destinations, like Košice or Oravská Lesná are also mentioned.
Besides the Nativity scene, there is an over-sized figure of mountain load bearer.
The train will connect three national parks.
It is possible to grind flour or make your own peanut butter in the shop
No single norm regulates this business activity in Slovakia.
A skeleton of a huge man with fetters on the legs was found in Bratislava Castle.
Although Slovak skier Petra Vlhová has been placing on the podium, her coach Livio Magoni claims she has not reached a level to beat Shiffrin on a regular basis.
It is her second World Cup victory this season.