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Tatra disaster on display in Brussels

A COLLECTION of photographs by SME photographer Ján Krošlák, which dramatically captures the windstorm disaster in the High Tatras, is being displayed next to the offices of the Slovak European Members of Parliament in Brussels.

A COLLECTION of photographs by SME photographer Ján Krošlák, which dramatically captures the windstorm disaster in the High Tatras, is being displayed next to the offices of the Slovak European Members of Parliament in Brussels.

Some of the photographs appeared in daily papers in Europe and around the world.

A Belgian bank account number is given at the exhibition in which contributions can be made to NGOs in Slovakia dealing with environmental issues.

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