THE SUMMER tourist season at Ľubovňa Castle in Prešov region starts April 27 with the building of the maypole.
"Traditionally, at 14:00 a mass is held in the castle's chapel. Then we will transfer to an open-air museum, where a May festival will be held," Monika Pavelčíková, director of the Ľubovňa Museum, told The Slovak Spectator.
She revealed that the museum has prepared a more extensive programme this year, including the grand opening of the renovated castle tower with fanfares music composed by Stará Ľubovňa native Ján Melkovič, and the opening of a photo exhibition by Pole Andrzej Wierzchowski dedicated to the last owner of the castle, Ján Zamoysky, whose son, Count Jozef Zamoysky de Bourboun, currently lives in Spain.
21. Apr 2003 at 0:00 | From press reports of TASR and SITA