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SUMMER CULTURE FESTIVAL "Kultúrne leto"

The 23rd summer culture festival, known as "Kultúrne leto '98," started in Bratislava on June 21 and will last until September 27.
Filling the hot summer nights in the city with an "energy beat," the festival will feature concerts of both rock and classical music, various dance performances and art exhibitions. You will find the festival activities at all the coziest squares, streets and churches of Bratislava.
For further information, contact Mestské kultúrne stredisko - The City Culture Agency, Uršulínska 11, tel. 533 2942 (box office), 531-3020 (information office).

MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES

* Bratislava Castle houses historical exhibitions of the Slovak National Museum, such as historical furniture and clocks, silver church sculptures and Slovak crafts. The castle ranks among the most significant of Bratislava's historical buildings. Mudroňova street, open daily except Mon, 9am-5pm, tel. 543-1626.

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