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Slovak art hangs on Viennese gate

THE HISTORIC Viennese Gate in Hainburg has become an attraction of the newly enlarged Europe. Within the Compilation Europe project, it will present works by artists from the new EU countries in one-month intervals, the news agency TASR reported.

THE HISTORIC Viennese Gate in Hainburg has become an attraction of the newly enlarged Europe. Within the Compilation Europe project, it will present works by artists from the new EU countries in one-month intervals, the news agency TASR reported.

Slovak photographer Lucia Nimcová and visual-media artist Dušan Záhoranský started the project on April 30. For more information visit www.compilation-europe.info.

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