A TV PROGRAMME IN ENGLISH COVERING THE TRAVELS OF AMERICAN JOURNALIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER AMANDA RIVKIN (PREPARED IN COOPERATION WITH TV.SME)

Slovakia in 42 days

Stories, videos and photographs map the journey of American journalist and photographer Amanda Rivkin during the six weeks she spent discovering Slovakia earlier this year.

Stories, videos and photographs map the journey of American journalist and photographer Amanda Rivkin during the six weeks she spent discovering Slovakia earlier this year.

The Slovak Spectator weekly newspaper invited Rivkin to Slovakia to share the views and experiences she acquired during her travels, complemented by the photographs she took, for the 15th edition of the Spectacular Slovakia travel guide.

In 10 episodes, the author describes the atmosphere of the regions and cities that she visited on her journey; she shares with viewers things that captivated or surprised her most; she discloses how she perceived particular places and whether they met her expectations:

Bratislava
Banská Bystrica Region
Prešov Region
Košice City
Košice Region
Romathan
Žilina Region
Bratislava Region
Nitra Region
Trenčín and Trnava Region


The 2010/2011 edition of Spectacular Slovakia is on sale from September 13, 2010. You can order it via the websites spectator.sk and petitshop.sme.sk, buy it in person from the publishing company’s offices at Lazaretská 12 in Bratislava, or at Slovak shops and newsstands which sell foreign-language publications.

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