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Slovak architecture on display in Italy

THE ITALIAN city of Turin hosts an exhibition presenting the latest trends in contemporary Slovak architecture.

THE ITALIAN city of Turin hosts an exhibition presenting the latest trends in contemporary Slovak architecture.

The exhibition, called New Slovak Architecture, displays a selection of works, which have received the annual SAS (Society of Slovak Architects) Dušan Jurkovič prize.

On display are 50 panels presenting recent works of architecture in Slovakia including multi-functional buildings, housing complexes, family houses, villas, as well as industrial buildings, educational facilities, churches, examples of reconstruction as well as a comprehensive overview of current trends in Slovak architecture, Jana Šebestová of My@Vy - the Association of Friends of Slovakia told The Slovak Spectator.

SAS and the Slovak Embassy to Italy, as well as My@Vy, co-organised the exhibition, which will last until July 12.

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