What might Bratislava’s urban river zone look like?

The fifth meeting of the Danube Fund Forum will focus on the future of public spaces along the Danube River in the city centre.

The third Danube Fund Forum The third Danube Fund Forum (Source: Courtesy of Dunajský Fond )

While Vienna, Budapest, Prague and Ljubljana all have their river centres completely developed, Bratislava is still more of a city next to the river rather than on the river. Now, with talks about what should be built on the banks of the Danube River intensifying, Bratislava could benefit from its delay in the development of these areas. How to use the opportunities the Danube offers will be high on the agenda of the fifth year of the Danube Fund Forum organised by the Dunajský Fond (the Danube Fund).

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“This year we will focus on the central river zone in Bratislava,” said Juraj Čorba, the initiator of the Danube Fund, as cited in a supplement of the Sme daily published on the occasion of the forum. The fund was set up as part of the Central European Foundation (CEF).

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