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President Kiska donated photo-book by Slovak photographer to Pope

SLOVAK  President Andrej Kiska for the first itme in his term visited Vatican where was met by Pope Francis I. He gave to Pope a photo-book by Filip Kulišv, a Slovak photographer, as a gift.

Andrej Kiska with Pope Francis in Vatican. (Source: SITA)

Part of the book – with gilded pages – are also aerial pictures of Slovak sites, form Bratislava to the Spiš region. The gift is unique, as gilded books are made nowhere in the world except for Slovakia; the book is also bound in white leather put in wooden etui with a dedication stitched in golden thread – again a unique Slovak phenomenon, the TASR newswire wrote.  

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Filip Kulišev is Master QEP, a professional title, in the sphere of nature photography and has the fellowship of the British Institute of professional Photographers. 

 

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