No invasive plant has been eradicated from Slovakia so far.
May be accessible to the public in future.
The popular summer festival moves online this year.
The new exhibition in a Liptovský Mikuláš gallery tells the story of the Liptov region and its famous natives, including S. Fischer.
The Bratislava Zhora wheel offers a bird’s eye view of the city.
Open for bathers all week long, from 9:00 to 19:00.
Among the newest findings is a circular burial, where the individual was interred in a crouched position.
Almost 80 architectural studious from 17 countries enrolled in the competition for refurbishment of the Grössling bathhouse.
As the world takes disputed statues down, locals in Rajec and Čakajovce are not bothered by 'rare' fascist statues.
Spectator College provides readers who are trying to improve their English with glossaries of useful and frequently used words and expressions from stories published as part of the Spectator College.
Planting trees is not always a good idea, say nature conservationists.
With events springing up across Slovakia, people should not forget about public health measures over the summer.
Horehronie villages were booming in the 19th century thanks to the Coburgs.
Folklore says a lot about us in many regards, Jana Ambrózová has learned as both a folklore enthusiast and researcher of Slovak folk traditions and music.
The developer of the new city district is seeking ways to incorporate the basement of the historical structure into their project.
The 1977 fairy-tale reworking of outlaw legend Jánošík remains a classic.
They found the bases of the cemetery wall, which disappeared in 1811, near a road that divides the park from the church.
Slovakia's capital, nonetheless, must learn how to work with greenery better.
The event is also streamed online.
The short film, ‘A New Day Will Be’, features Slovak actor Robert Roth.