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Too many emotions or ideas after reading a book? Maybe you should join a book clubPhoto

Book clubs are becoming more and more popular in Slovakia. Nina Francelová ,14. Sep 2017, at 13:53

Foreigners: Top 10 events in BratislavaVideo

Tips for the top 10 events in the capital between September 15 and September 24, plus regular services in different languages, training, temporary exhibitions and highlights of the year. Compiled by Spectator staff ,14. Sep 2017, at 12:30

University Regatta

Days of Sophia in Bratislava

Unlike some national celebrations hailing cultures of foreign countries, the week in mid-September (plus one exhibition opened earlier) hail just one city, the Bulgarian capital. Compiled by Spectator staff ,13. Sep 2017, at 22:25

Petar Malinov: Sophia in Paintings

Goethe Institute will answer questions about the digital environment

A series of events held between September and November will focus on data, global control and monitoring. Compiled by Spectator staff ,13. Sep 2017, at 21:58

Illustrative stock photo

A historical train may connect Košice and Tokaj in Hungary

Experiences show that historical train rides are popular abroad. Compiled by Spectator staff ,13. Sep 2017, at 14:18

Observation tower in Malá Tŕňa

Wooden churches in one placePhoto

Prešov Region wants to invest more into religious tourism. Compiled by Spectator staff ,12. Sep 2017, at 14:22

The miniatures in Lutina

Brazilslava 2017 comes to the capital

Several festivals of foreign cultures enhance the Slovak capital. A newcomer in this field is Brazilslava, a word play suggesting Brazilian arts and culture have come to Bratislava. Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská ,12. Sep 2017, at 6:25

Carmela Gross, a contemporary artist will exhibit a light installation at LAB, Kunsthalle Bratislava

Museum of vintage mobiles in Dobšiná attracts foreign mediaPhoto

A young man began collecting old mobile phones two years ago. Today, 1,500 models constitute a true museum of vintage mobile phones. Compiled by Spectator staff ,11. Sep 2017, at 14:06

Štefan Polgári in his Museum of Vinatge Mobile Phones, Dobšiná

Slovak literature in spotlight

Literature in a language used by a relatively small number of people, like the Slovaks, is limited by his very fact. However, translation into a more commonly used language opens the door to the world and this has… Compiled by Spectator staff ,11. Sep 2017, at 11:54

The anthology of Slovak literature, Into the Spotlight

Spectacular Slovakia: Bardejov’s old synagogue on filmVideo

The synagogue is one of only two surviving nine-bay synagogues in Slovakia. Compiled by Spectator staff ,10. Sep 2017, at 9:30

Slovaks bring medals from The World Police and Fire Games

Slovak brothers represent Slovakia with success. Compiled by Spectator staff ,9. Sep 2017, at 9:30

Medals from the World Police and Fire Games 2017.

Almost nothing recalls legendary Pressburg archivist in BratislavaPhoto

Archivist and art lover Ján Batka was a friend of Franz Liszt and discovered sculptor Ján Fadrusz Jana Liptáková ,8. Sep 2017, at 15:52

Ján Batka at the exhibition on Rudnayovo Square.

The Guardian used a frozen bubble photo from SlovakiaPhoto

The daily published the photo by a Slovak photographer on its title page. Compiled by Spectator staff ,8. Sep 2017, at 10:30

Foreigners: Events around SlovakiaPhoto

Tips for performances and other events in the Slovak regions between September 1 and 10, including a historical market, dance performances, a variety of festivals, musical performances, museum events and much more. Zuzana Vilikovská ,7. Sep 2017, at 19:16

Theodore Kuchar, USA

Limes Day 2017 revives Roman history in Bratislava

The 20th year of the Roman games, or Limes Day, lures visitors to a borough on the outskirts of Bratislava where antique findings prove the existence of an ancient settlement. Compiled by Spectator staff ,7. Sep 2017, at 16:22

Limes Day, Roman games in Gerulata 2011

Los Angeles Times: Zuzana Mauréry played the Teacher brilliantly

The Slovak-Czech co-production film The Teacher is an exceptional lesson on corruption in the communist society, with brilliant actress Zuzana Mauréry in the main role, the Los Angeles Times wrote. Compiled by Spectator staff ,6. Sep 2017, at 23:55

Zuzana Mauréry as The Teacher

Stará Ľubovňa Castle reveals new secretsVideo

Research continues at the site of the former military barracks. Compiled by Spectator staff ,6. Sep 2017, at 14:30

Stará Ľubovňa Castle and the nearby open-air museum

Foreigners: Top 10 events in Bratislava

Tips for the top 10 events in the capital between September 8 and September 17, plus regular services in different languages, training, temporary exhibitions and highlights of the year. Compiled by Spectator staff ,6. Sep 2017, at 11:25

Dobrý trh or Good Market

New extreme sports hall opens in BratislavaVideo

A new multifunctional hall is meant to improve sporting opportunities in the capital and its surroundings. Compiled by Spectator staff ,5. Sep 2017, at 14:56

Komárno disasters

If we could somehow be transported to a Slovak town in, let us say, the 15th century, it is quite probable we would not be able to identify it. Towns were often plagued by disasters that completely changed their…By Branislav Chovan5. Sep 2017, at 6:45

The overall view of Komárno

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