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French Institute

The French Institute in Bratislava opens a new exhibition entitled "Harvest Time", featuring photographs of the grape harvest and wine production. Also offered with the exhibit is tasting of the wine products featured in the exhibition's photographs.
Every Tuesday the exhibition will present a wine expert giving a lecture on different types of Slovak and French wines. This Tuesday, September 19, at 18:00, well-known Slovak wine taster Fedor Malík will explain the characteristic fragrance and taste of Slovak wines. The exhibition takes place at the French Institute's Gallery, on Sedlárska 7.
The Institute also invites you to compare works of French and Slovak glass-artists at the Transparence (Transparency) exhibition at Palffy Palace, Panská 19. The exhibition will run till October 29. Tel: 5934 7777.


Dutch Embassy

On September 9, the grand opening of Danubiana, a museum of modern art, took place on the banks of the Danube River. This newly-established art museum presently hosts an exhibition of the works of Dutch painters from 1950 till 2000. Danubiana, part of the larger Meulen Steen art museum, sits south of the Bratislava city centre in the Čunovo area. To get there, drive across Nový most (New Bridge) and south through Petržalka until you arrive in Čunovo. From there, follow the signs to Gabčíkovo dam. If you are travelling by bus, take the 91 line from under New Bridge to Čunovo, where the dam is a short walk away. Exhibition runs till November 17.


International Women's Club in Bratislava

The women's club holds their Weekly Coffee Morning as usual every Tuesday at Hotel Danube from 10:30 till 13:00. All are invited. Tel: 5934 0000.

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