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Some fairs and exhibitions at Agrokomplex in Nitra

A selection of fairs and exhibitions being held this year at Agrokomplex in Nitra:

A selection of fairs and exhibitions being held this year at Agrokomplex in Nitra:

- Farmers’ Markets; January 22

A fair that offers space to Slovak producers as well as small and medium-sized entrepreneurs offering products direct to consumers.

- AQUA-THERM NITRA; February 7 – 10

An international trade fair covering heating technology, air-conditioning, sanitation, environmental protection technology, measurement and regulation.

- Furniture and Living; March 13 – 18

A popular fair of furniture and accessories.

- VVI - Science - Research – Innovations; April 19 – 21

An event dedicated to science, research and innovation.

- International Engineering Fair; May 22 – 25

The largest and most important engineering industry presentation of its kind in Slovakia.

- Agrokomplex, August 23 – 26

A well-established international agriculture and food exhibition, which also lends its name to the whole exhibition space.

- Autoshow Nitra; September 13 – 16

A car show presenting passenger and commercial cars, trucks, and related accessories and services.

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