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The car shows in Bratislava and Nitra are the most prestigious car events in Slovakia. The Bratislava car show usually takes place in spring, with the last edition having been held in April, while Nitra’s Agrokomplex fair premises is hosting a car show in September. The 22nd International Show of Motor Vehicles, Accessories and Garage and Servicing Equipment Autosalón / Motor Show Bratislava 2012 was held between April 17 and 22, at Incheba Expo, Bratislava www.incheba.sk The 19th Autoshow – Autosalón Nitra 2012 takes place between September 13 and 16 at Agrokomplex, Nitra, www.agrokomplex.sk

The car shows in Bratislava and Nitra are the most prestigious car events in Slovakia. The Bratislava car show usually takes place in spring, with the last edition having been held in April, while Nitra’s Agrokomplex fair premises is hosting a car show in September.
The 22nd International Show of Motor Vehicles, Accessories and Garage and Servicing Equipment Autosalón / Motor Show Bratislava 2012 was held between April 17 and 22, at Incheba Expo, Bratislava www.incheba.sk
The 19th Autoshow – Autosalón Nitra 2012 takes place between September 13 and 16 at Agrokomplex, Nitra, www.agrokomplex.sk

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