If you have not watched the 'Dracula' miniseries, filmed in Slovakia last year, it is about time.
The last preserved station was restored this summer.
Letters often arrive from abroad.
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Religious organisations have added leverage in changing perceptions of foreigners and migrants, says Caritas Slovakia.
The old market hall Stará Tržnica will host more than one hundred craft producers of food, design and more.
Slovak theatres join the European Theatre Night at the weekend.
The new design for the space will result from an architectural competition.
Pollarding is a win-win solution for willows as well as farmers.
I wonder why a film about the heroism of Wetzler and Vrba has not been made in the West, says director Peter Bebjak.
Over the years the IWCB has raised over €1.4 million.
Swiss Ambassador Alexander Hoffet on where he walks his dog, favourite spots, and the famous Bratislava rolls.
About 50 runners commemorated the 42 people murdered while trying to flee the communist Czechoslovakia on November 17 last year.
On November 14, the deferred 2020 Night of Museums and Galleries will go online.
Parents can download it for free.
The story unfolds around the unresolved case of a political murder in the 1990s.
On a more recent note, marked trails in the Tatras have been closed.
The end of the world is just a few kilometres from Bratislava.
Adam Holoubek’s film LENS-MUSE explores the relationship between humans and technology.
The One World festival to livestream discussions in English as well.