Visual Pyramid will disappear from Súľov in autumn

The pyramid was temporarily placed in Súľov. It attracted many people and the village is not interested in extending the pyramid's lifetime.

Views from the Visual PyramideViews from the Visual Pyramide (Source: NHF)
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In a short time, it became an unprecedented attraction. The piece of art by Juraj Gábor located near the village of Súľov-Hradná in Bytča county attracted thousands of tourists, the My Žilina daily reported.

The view of the changing nature of the Súľov rocks framed by the 18-metre Visual Pyramid lured tourists on an undemanding walk every season and in every weather condition.

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Temporary exhibition

This tourist attraction has stood on the meadow above Súľov since November 2015. It will be over soon. After five years, the art piece will be dismantled.

Young artist Juraj Gábor created this piece for his first solo exhibition in a gallery in Zlín. Back then he already knew that the piece had a limited shelf life. Then the piece was moved from Stanica Žilina-Záriečie to nature.

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