Christmas at the castle

BETLIAR Manor House and nearby Krásna Hôrka Castle, both of them close to the town of Rožňava in south-eastern Slovakia, have prepared Christmas decorations to attract visitors over the festive season. The Výstava vianočných ozdôb a prestretých stolov / Exhibition of Christmas Decorations and Laid Tables was prepared by Brigita Nagyová (in Betliar) and Zuzana Baffiová (in Krásna Hôrka), together with Katarína Takáscová, who designed the dining tables. The exhibition lasts until January 16 and is open daily, except Mondays, from 9:30 until 14:00; during the Christmas holiday it is closed from December 24 to December 26, from December 31 to January 2, and on January 6.

(Source: Courtesy of Betliar Manor House)

BETLIAR Manor House and nearby Krásna Hôrka Castle, both of them close to the town of Rožňava in south-eastern Slovakia, have prepared Christmas decorations to attract visitors over the festive season. The Výstava vianočných ozdôb a prestretých stolov / Exhibition of Christmas Decorations and Laid Tables was prepared by Brigita Nagyová (in Betliar) and Zuzana Baffiová (in Krásna Hôrka), together with Katarína Takáscová, who designed the dining tables. The exhibition lasts until January 16 and is open daily, except Mondays, from 9:30 until 14:00; during the Christmas holiday it is closed from December 24 to December 26, from December 31 to January 2, and on January 6.

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