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Explore interesting sights in Bratislava, Slovakia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 65 sights are available in Bratislava, Slovakia.

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1. Slavín

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Slavín is a memorial monument and military cemetery in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. It is the burial ground of thousands of Soviet Army soldiers who fell during World War II while taking over the city in April 1945 from the occupying German Wehrmacht units and the remaining Slovak troops who supported the clero-fascist Tiso government. It is situated on a hill amidst a rich villa quarter of the capital and embassy residences close to the centre of Bratislava.

Wikipedia: Slavín (EN)

2. UFO

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The UFO is an iron sculpture located in the park of the housing estate Among the Springs in Bratislava's Podunajské Biskupice district. It comes from the 70s of the 20th century and its author is the academic sculptor Juraj Hovorka.

Wikipedia: UFO (socha) (SK)

3. Bratislava Castle

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Bratislava Castle is the main castle of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. The massive rectangular building with four corner towers stands on an isolated rocky hill of the Little Carpathians, directly above the Danube river, in the middle of Bratislava. Because of its size and location, it has been a dominant feature of the city for centuries.

Wikipedia: Bratislava Castle (EN), Url

4. Kochova záhrada

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Koch's Garden is a protected area on Partizánska Street in Bratislava. It was founded in the thirties of the 20th century as part of the sanatorium of Dr. Karol Koch. It is interesting for its exotic composition, planting plan and overall architecture. The garden has a swimming pool originally serving patients, elements of small garden architecture – benches, staircases, elevated places, rest areas, statues (they are the object of people's efforts to save them and replace them with replicas); The abundance of paths, nooks and crannies and elegant terraces make this place charming. For the peace reigning in this area, it is a popular place for various birds, nesting in the treetops.

Wikipedia: Kochova záhrada (SK)

5. Evanjelický zborový dom

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The Evangelical church in Dúbravka, a suburb of Bratislava, is the second-youngest religious building in this part of Bratislava. Originally built as a ceremonial hall in the 1980s, regular evangelical worship services began in 1995. In 2003, the building became the property of the Slovak Evangelical Church. The church consists of a main hall with a capacity of about 200 people and a minor hall with a 100-person capacity. In 2006, the general bishop consecrated a white marble octangular baptismal font made as a commemoration to the early Christian believers and traditions. The interior is dominated by 4-meter-tall wooden cross with textile depiction of the Creed.

Wikipedia: Evangelical Church, Dúbravka (EN)

6. Slovak National Theatre

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Slovak National TheatreDoko Ing. Mgr. Jozef Kotulič / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Slovak National Theater is the oldest professional theatre in Slovakia, consisting of three ensembles: opera, ballet, and drama. Its history begins shortly after the establishment of the first Czechoslovak Republic in 1918. It is located in the capital, Bratislava. The theatre is currently based in two separate buildings: the historic Neo-Renaissance building at Gorkého 2 and the new SND building in the Old Town, opened on 14 April 2007, at Pribinova 17. Performances take place on most days of the year. The Slovak National Theatre has represented Slovak culture on its numerous tours abroad.

Wikipedia: Slovak National Theatre (EN), Facebook, Website

7. Galéria Nedbalka

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The Nedbalka Gallery is a non-profit organization founded in 2012. The gallery is housed in a reconstructed historical building on Nedbalova Street in Bratislava. In accordance with the subtitle of the gallery – Slovak Modern Art, its representatives set themselves the goal of gradually collecting, systematically processing and presenting works of art of the 20th century with an overlap to the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 21st century, which were created in Slovakia. The focus of the collection lies in painting, but sculpture and graphics are also represented in it.

Wikipedia: Galéria Nedbalka (SK), Website

8. St. Nicholas church

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St. Nicholas church

St. Nicholas Church in Bratislava is an Orthodox church situated on the castle hill next to the Bratislava Castle in Podhradie the historical part of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. The church was built in 1661 by Paul Pálffy's (1589–1655) widow Countess Frances, née Khuen. It is an early baroque building built on the place of original Gothic church below the Bratislava Castle. The church is consecrated to St. Nicholas, the patron of sailors. His statue is situated in the stone niche above the main entrance to the church. The church is a protected cultural monument.

Wikipedia: St. Nicholas Church, Bratislava (EN)

9. House at the Good Shepherd

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The House of the Good Shepherd is a narrow, Rococo-style building in Bratislava, Slovakia, located in the Old Town below Bratislava Castle. It was built in 1760–1765 by notable Bratislava master-mason Matej (Matthäus) Hollrigl. The townhouse was constructed for a local merchant and the lower part of the building was used for commercial purposes, the upper part for living. It is one of the few buildings in the area below Bratislava Castle to retain their original state, mostly due to the demolition of much of the Jewish quarter in the 20th century.

Wikipedia: House of the Good Shepherd (EN)

10. Church of St. Elisabeth

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The Church of St. Elizabeth, commonly known as Blue Church, is a Hungarian-Secessionist Catholic church located in the eastern part of the Old Town in Bratislava, present-day Slovakia. It is consecrated to Elisabeth of Hungary, daughter of Andrew II, who grew up in the Pressburg Castle (Pozsonyi vár). It is referred to as "The Little Blue Church" because of the colour of its façade, mosaics, majolicas and blue-glazed roof. It was initially part of the neighboring gymnázium and served as the school chapel.

Wikipedia: Blue Church (EN), Website

11. Kostol Zvestovania Pána

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The Franciscan Church is the oldest existing religious (sacral) building in the Old Town of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. The church was consecrated in the year 1297 in the presence of King Andrew III of Hungary. In the past, the church building served for larger gatherings of townspeople or Hungarian nobles. In 1526 Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor was elected here to become the King of Hungary. During coronations, kings used to knight nobles as Knights of the Order of the Golden Spur in this church.

Wikipedia: Franciscan Church, Bratislava (EN)

12. Radošinské naivné divadlo

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Radošinské naïve theatre is a Slovak professional theatre company with a permanent stage in Bratislava. The date of foundation could be set for December 25, 1963, when Stanislav Štepka staged his cabaret play Dumb Faces or Zver is written with a capital Z in the village of Radošina. RND is an original Slovak authorial theatre that has enjoyed great popularity among audiences since its inception. His performances are permanently sold out and all plays achieve above-average reruns.

Wikipedia: Radošinské naivné divadlo (SK), Website

13. Museum of Pharmacy

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Red Crayfish Pharmacy is a baroque building and former pharmacy from the 16th century in the Old Town of Bratislava, Slovakia. Since 1953 it houses the Museum of Pharmacy of the Bratislava City Museum. Today, the exhibition features three of the original five rooms of the former pharmacy complete with historical furniture, pharmacy equipment and Baroque – Classicist paintings and wall decorations. The museum contains an original edition of works by Paracelsus from 1574.

Wikipedia: Red Crayfish Pharmacy (EN)

14. Sad Janka Kráľa

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Janko Kráľ Park (Slovak: Sad Janka Kráľa, literally Janko Kráľ Orchard/Garden; formerly called Städtischer Aupark, is a park in Bratislava's Petržalka borough. It is located in the northern part of Petržalka, bordered by the Danube in the north, the Old Bridge access road in the east, a main road in the south and the Nový Most access road in the west. The park is one of the oldest municipal parks in Europe. The statue of Janko Kráľ is situated in the park.

Wikipedia: Janko Kráľ Park (EN)

15. Kostol svätého Mikuláša

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The Church of St. Nicholas is a Roman Catholic parish church located in Bratislava in Podunajské Biskupice on Vetvárská street in the parish Bratislava – Podunajské Biskupice. It is a 3-nave Romanesque-Gothic church from the middle of the 13th century, with a polygonally finished sanctuary and one tower on the west side. Since it has been rebuilt several times since its inception, it bears signs of various styles - Gothic, Romanesque, Baroque and Classicist.

Wikipedia: Kostol svätého Mikuláša (Podunajské Biskupice) (SK), Website, Url

16. Kostol Mena Panny Márie

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Kostol Mena Panny Márie Wizzard / CC BY-SA 3.0

Church of the Virgin Mary is a church that was built in 1879 and is located on Poľnohospodárska street, in the Vrakuňa district of Bratislava. Its capacity did not meet the demand, so the church was extended with an addition. The foundation stone and the building site of the new part were feasted on 28 February 1993. The new church was put in use on 1 January 1994, and the ceremonial dedication was made by Archbishop Ján Sokol on 9 September 1995.

Wikipedia: Church of the Virgin Mary, Vrakuňa (EN)

17. Divadlo Arteatro

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Arteatro was a theatre located in the historical center of Bratislava in the premises of the Black Havran Club near the Franciscan Square. The theatre was founded by director Tomáš Roháč and dramaturge Saša Sarvašová in 2008. After Sarvašová left for the post of dramaturge of the Aréna Theatre in 2015, the theatre was led by director Roháč with actor Emil Leeger, until the theatre's dissolution in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Wikipedia: Divadlo Arteatro (SK)

18. Divadlo P. O. Hviezdoslava

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Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav Theatre (DPOH) is an independent non-profit organization in Bratislava. While until March 2007 it was one of the three seats of the Slovak National Theatre Drama, from October 17, 2009 to June 2022 it was the BKIS art scene, then known as the Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav Municipal Theatre (MDPOH). After its restructuring, it has been operating independently and under its historical acronyms since June 2022.

Wikipedia: Divadlo Pavla Országha Hviezdoslava (SK), Website

19. Keglevičov palác

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Keglevičov palác

Keglevich Palace is a Baroque mansion on Panska Street 27 in Bratislava, Slovakia. It is included among the National Monuments Reservation of the city and is also listed as a Cultural Real-estate Monument. The last reconstruction was in 1998, involving the roof and facade rendering. Following the reconstruction a new street was named Strakova Street. It is between Venturian Street and Hviezdoslavovo námestie (Bratislava).

Wikipedia: Keglevich Palace (EN)

20. Kostol Sedembolestnej Panny Márie

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Kostol Sedembolestnej Panny Márie

The Church of Our Lady of Sorrows is a Roman Catholic church in Bratislava-Petržalka on Betliarska Street no. 3. It belongs to newer buildings, before its consecration Holy Masses were celebrated in a nearby cultural house. The church was built from the donations of the faithful and the Archbishop's Office in Trnava according to the project of architect Klement Trizuljak. Today, several schools also belong to the parish.

Wikipedia: Kostol Sedembolestnej Panny Márie (Petržalka) (SK), Website

21. Kaplnka svätej Rozálie

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Kaplnka svätej Rozálie

Chapel of Saint Rosalia is an early baroque church in the Lamač borough of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, built at the end of the 17th century. It is a Slovak national cultural landmark, protected since 1963 for retaining its historical value and being a testament of the urbanistic and architectonic features of historical Lamač. It is named after Saint Rosalia and it is owned by the city of Bratislava.

Wikipedia: Chapel of Saint Rosalia (EN)

22. Kaplnka sv. Kataríny

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Chapel of St. St. Catherine's Church from 1311, is located in Bratislava-Staré Mesto, on Michalská Street. It is situated in the development of other houses. Chapel of St. St. Catherine's Chapel is the oldest Gothic chapel in Bratislava. Its construction began in 1311 by the Cistercian monk Francis of Columba. It was completed in 1325, when it was consecrated by Andrew, Bishop of Belgrade.

Wikipedia: Kaplnka svätej Kataríny (Bratislava) (SK), Url

23. Padlým v 1. a 2. svetovej vojne

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The monument to the fallen in World and 2st War is a national cultural monument registered in the Central List of the Monuments Fund located in the Bratislava district of Lamač on Vrančovičova Street in front of the Church of St. Margita. The building was declared a national cultural monument on April 16, 1985. The memorial is built on a memorial to the fallen in World War I.

Wikipedia: Pomník padlým v 1. a 2. svetovej vojne (Lamač) (SK), Website, Url

24. Jesenákov palác

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Jesenákov palác

Jesen's Palace is a three -wing baroque palace in Bratislava, built for Baron Ján Jenák on the foundations of an older medieval house. On the corner is a stone cartridge with the coat of arms of the original owner. The house had a retaining pillar towards the square, which was removed at the end of the 19th century. In the pillars they found secondary Romanesque heads.

Wikipedia: Jesenákov palác (Hlavné námestie) (SK)

25. Nová scéna

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Nová scéna

New Scene is a theatre located in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. It specializes in mainstream and Musical theatre such as musicals, comedies and fairy tales. The theatre was established in 1945 as part of a program to establish a network of theaters in the post-war years in the Slovak part of Czechoslovakia as the second theatre in the Slovakia.

Wikipedia: New Scene (EN), Website

26. Kostol svätého Františka z Assisi

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Kostol svätého Františka z Assisi Jozef Kotulič / CC BY 2.5

The Church of St. Francis of Assisi is a Roman Catholic church in Bratislava's Karlova Ves district on St. Francis Square 4. It is part of the monastery of the Order of Minorities – Friars Minor of the Conventuals. This order also administers the parish of St. Charles Francis. St. Michael's, on whose territory the church and monastery are located.

Wikipedia: Kostol svätého Františka z Assisi (Karlova Ves) (SK)

27. Kačacia fontána

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The Duck Fountain is a national cultural monument located on Šafárikovo square in Bratislava. The fountain, together with its individual parts, is registered in the Central List of Monuments Fund. The buildings were declared a national cultural monument on October 23, 1963. According to some sources, it is the most popular fountain in Bratislava.

Wikipedia: Kačacia fontána (SK)

28. Kostol Navštívenia Panny Márie

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Kostol Navštívenia Panny MárieGuillaume Speurt from Vilnius, Lithuania / CC BY-SA 2.0

The Church of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary, popularly known as the Church of the Brothers of Mercy, is a Baroque sacral building in Bratislava's Old Town district situated on the Square of the Slovak National Uprising. The church is part of the architectural complex of the hospital and monastery of the hospital order of the Brothers of Mercy.

Wikipedia: Kostol Navštívenia Panny Márie a kláštor Milosrdných bratov (SK)

29. Bratislavské kultúrne a informačné stredisko

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Bratislava Culture and Information Centre (BKIS) is a contributory organization of the Capital City of the Slovak Republic Bratislava, located at Jewish Street no. 1. It was established by the merger of three municipal contributory organizations: the Municipal Cultural Centre, the Bratislava Information Service and the Park of Culture and Leisure.

Wikipedia: Bratislavské kultúrne a informačné stredisko (SK), Website

30. Dessewffy Palace

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Dežőfi Palace or (older) Dessewffy Palace is a palace and national cultural monument of the Slovak Republic under number 101-193/1 on Ľudovít Štúr Square number 2 in the Old Town district of Bratislava. In its neighborhood is the Esterházy Palace. Dežőfi Palace was built in the second half of the 19th century in neo-Renaissance style.

Wikipedia: Dežőfiho palác (SK), Website

31. Zoo Bratislava

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The Bratislava Zoo is a zoo in Bratislava, Slovakia. It is located in the area of Mlynská dolina in the borough Karlova Ves. Opened in 1960, it is the second oldest zoo in Slovakia. The zoo covers an area of 96 hectares, out of which 35 hectares is open to the public. The zoo receives on average around 300,000 visitors annually.

Wikipedia: Bratislava Zoo (EN), Website, Facebook, Website Map

32. Museum of Transport

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Museum of Transport

Bratislava Transport Museum is a transport museum in Bratislava, Slovakia. It is a branch of the Slovak Technical Museum in Košice, is situated on the site of the first steam-railway station in Bratislava on Šancová Street, near the current main railway station in central Bratislava. It opened on June 24, 1999.

Wikipedia: Bratislava Transport Museum (EN), Website

33. Botanical Garden

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Botanical Garden of the Comenius University is the only botanical garden in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. It is located in the Karlova Ves borough, next to the Old Town district and the Lafranconi Bridge by the Bratislava Riverfront and it contains over 4,000 plant species covering an area of 6.6 hectares.

Wikipedia: Botanical Garden of the Comenius University (EN)

34. Kostol Sedembolestnej Panny Márie

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The Church of Our Lady of Sorrows is a Roman Catholic parish church in Bratislava in the Vajnory district of Bratislava III. It was built between 1270 and 1278 and since 1968 it has been dedicated to Our Lady of Sorrows. On October 23, 1963, the church was included in the central list of monuments fund.

Wikipedia: Kostol Sedembolestnej Panny Márie (Vajnory) (SK)

35. Gerulata

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GerulataPudelek (Marcin Szala) / CC BY-SA 3.0

Gerulata was a Roman military camp located near today's Rusovce, a borough of Bratislava, Slovakia. It was part of the Roman province of Pannonia and was built in the 2nd century as a part of the frontier defence system. It was abandoned in the 4th century, when Roman legions withdrew from Pannonia.

Wikipedia: Gerulata (EN), Url

36. Prístavný most

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Prístavný most is a double-floor motorway-railroad truss bridge over the Danube in Bratislava, Slovakia, near the Port of Bratislava. It lies on the D1 motorway. It is a 599 m long bridge, and was built between 1977 and 1985. There are also pathways for pedestrians and cyclists on the bridge.

Wikipedia: Prístavný most (EN)

37. Nový evanjelický kostol

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The new Evangelical Church on Legionárska Street in Bratislava is built in the functionalist style. In 1997, the church was registered in the Central List of Monuments Fund under number 11007/1 and since 2002 it has been in the category of National Cultural Monument of the Slovak Republic.

Wikipedia: Nový evanjelický kostol (Bratislava) (SK)

38. Aspremontov letný palác

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Aspremont Summer Palace is a baroque palace in the Old Town of Bratislava, Slovakia. It was built along with the Medical Garden in 1770 for Count Johann Nepomuk Gobert d’Aspremont-Lynden. Nowadays the palace houses the office of the dean of the Faculty of Medicine of Comenius University.

Wikipedia: Aspremont Summer Palace (EN)

39. Kostol Nanebovzatia Panny Márie

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The Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, also called the Church of Canonists of Notre Dame in Bratislava, is part of the complex of the monastery and school of canons of Notre Dame in Bratislava in the Old Town, near the historical building of the Slovak National Theatre.

Wikipedia: Kostol Nanebovzatia Panny Márie (Notre Dame) (SK)

40. Chrám Povýšenia vznešeného a životodarného Kríža

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Chrám Povýšenia vznešeného a životodarného Kríža

The Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross is a cathedral in Bratislava, Slovakia. It was built in the year 1860 at the edge of St. Andrew's cemetery. Since 1972, the church belongs to Slovak Greek Catholic Church. It is the cathedral church of the Eparchy of Bratislava since 2008.

Wikipedia: Cathedral of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, Bratislava (EN)

41. Most SNP

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Most SNPPudelek (Marcin Szala) / CC BY-SA 3.0

Most SNP, commonly referred to as Most Slovenského národného povstania or the UFO Bridge, and named Nový most from 1993 to 2012, is a road bridge over the Danube in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. It is the world's longest bridge to have one pylon and one cable-stayed plane.

Wikipedia: Most SNP (EN)

42. Swetlikov dom

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Swetlikov dom

Swetlik's House is a staircase, corner burgher house in Bratislava in the Old Town at Štefánikova 5 and 7 near Tolstoy Street 1 and 3 in the monument zone, it has the registration number 879. It is a national cultural monument No. NKP 465/0, which was declared in 1980.

Wikipedia: Swetlikov dom (SK)

43. Petržalská vodná veža

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The Water Tower in Petržalka is a water tower located on the Petržalka bank of the Danube, near the Old Bridge on Tyršovo nábrežie. It is approximately 20 meters high and together with the house used to serve it, it is located in the area of the Arena Theatre.

Wikipedia: Vodná veža (Petržalka) (SK)

44. Sandberg

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Sandberg is a major paleontological site located on the territory of Devínska Nová Ves. It lies on the southwest edge of the protected landscape area of the Malé Carpathy and is part of the Devínska National Reserve. The site was discovered during sand mining.

Wikipedia: Sandberg (SK)

45. Pradiareň 1900

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Cvernovka is the folk name of a thread and thread products factory in Bratislava's Ružinov district. The official names of the factory were: Bratislava Vern Factory, International Women's Day Plants, š.p., BCT – Bratislava Vern Factory, joint-stock company.

Wikipedia: Cvernovka (Bratislava) (SK)

46. Bratislava City Museum

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The Bratislava City Museum is a museum in Bratislava, Slovakia, established in 1868. Its headquarters are located in the Old Town, near the Main Square at the Old Town Hall. The museum is owned by one of the 11 allowance organizations of the City of Bratislava.

Wikipedia: Bratislava City Museum (EN)

47. Grassalkovich Palace

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The Grassalkovich Palace is a palace in Bratislava, Slovakia, and the residence of the President of Slovakia. It is situated on Hodžovo námestie, near the Summer Archbishop's Palace. The building is a Rococo-late Baroque summer palace with a French garden.

Wikipedia: Grassalkovich Palace (EN)

48. Kostol Najsvätejšieho Spasiteľa

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The Holy Saviour Church also called the Jesuit Church, is an originally protestant church from the 17th century on the Franciscan Square in the Old Town of Bratislava, Slovakia. Today, the church belongs to the Society of Jesus, known as the Jesuit Order.

Wikipedia: Jesuit Church, Bratislava (EN)

49. Kostol Loretánskej Panny Márie

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The Church of Our Lady of Loreto, popularly known as the Ursuline Church, is a Renaissance sacral building of the Ursuline Order in the historical zone of Bratislava, in the district Bratislava I. It is included in the list of national cultural monuments.

Wikipedia: Kostol Loretánskej Panny Márie (Bratislava) (SK)

50. Modern Church of Mother Mary

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The Church of the Queen Family is a Roman Catholic church in Bratislava – Nové mesto, built between 1997 and 1999 on Teplická Street no. 2. The consecration of the church was on September 25, 1999, the church was consecrated by Mons. John Sokol.

Wikipedia: Kostol Kráľovnej rodiny (SK), Website

51. Ticho

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Ticho et al. is an independent chamber theatre located in the premises of the Old Town Club 10x10 at Školská 14 in Bratislava. In its plays, the theatre reflects the lives and ideas of important but unappreciated personalities of Slovak culture.

Wikipedia: Divadlo Ticho a spol. (SK), Website

52. Kostol svätej Margity

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Kostol svätej Margity

The Church of St. Margaret is a Roman Catholic parish church in Bratislava's Lamač district. On December 16, 1996, by decision of the Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic, the church was included in the central list of monuments fund.

Wikipedia: Kostol svätej Margity (Lamač) (SK)

53. Aréna

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Arena Theatre is one of the oldest theatres in Bratislava. It was established in 1828 on the right bank of Danube. In the beginning it served as an open summer amphitheatre, hence the name Arena. The current building was built in 1898.

Wikipedia: Arena Theatre (EN)

54. Kostol Nanebovzatia Panny Márie

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The Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary or Blumenthal Church is an eclectic church in Bratislava's Old Town district on the corner between Florian Square and Blumentálská Street. It was built between 1885 and 1888.

Wikipedia: Kostol Nanebovzatia Panny Márie (Blumentálsky) (SK), Website

55. Mýtnica

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Mýtnica Barbora Zatkova / CC BY-SA 4.0

The former town hall of Devínska Nová Ves in Bratislava is a historical building that until recently housed the local authority. Today, it houses various private companies and the Tourist Information Office of Devínska Nová Ves.

Wikipedia: Budova bývalej radnice v Devínskej Novej Vsi (SK), Url

56. Panny Márie Snežnej

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The Church of Our Lady of the Snows, also known as the Calvary Church from 1943, is located in Bratislava's Old Town, on Na Calvary Street no. 10. Since 1990, the church has been administered by the Order of Preachers - Dominicans.

Wikipedia: Kostol Panny Márie Snežnej (Bratislava) (SK)

57. Palác Robotníckej zdravotnej poisťovne

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Palác Robotníckej zdravotnej poisťovne

The Palace of the Workers' Health Insurance Company is an apartment building in Bratislava in the Old Town on Sienkiewiczova Street no. 1. The institution was founded in 1892. It belongs to the national cultural monuments.

Wikipedia: Palác Robotníckej zdravotnej poisťovne (SK)

58. Museum of Jewish Culture in Slovakia

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Museum of Jewish Culture in Slovakia

The Museum of Jewish Culture is a museum in Bratislava, Slovakia, which focuses on the history of the Jews in Slovakia. Opened in 1993, it is a component of the Slovak National Museum, and its director is Pavol Mešťan.

Wikipedia: Museum of Jewish Culture (EN), Website, Facebook

59. Kostol svätého Michala

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The Church of St. Michal Archangel in Čunov, the National Cultural Monument, is dated to the second half of the 18th century and is characterized as a late Baroque building with a Baroque and Classicist furnishings.

Wikipedia: Kostol svätého Michala archanjela (Čunovo) (SK), Url

60. Katedrála svätého Šebastiána

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St. Sebastian's Cathedral, also called the Cathedral of the Military Ordinariate, is the name given to a Catholic church in Bratislava, which since 2009 ha been the cathedral of the Military Ordinariate of Slovakia.

Wikipedia: St. Sebastian's Cathedral, Bratislava (EN), Website

61. Umelecká galéria SVÚ

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Umelecká galéria SVÚ

The Slovak Art Forum is a building in Bratislava on Dostoevsky Row 2, built in 1924-1926 for the purposes of the Slovak Art Forum Association. The architects of the building were Alois Balán and Jiří Grossmann.

Wikipedia: Umelecká beseda slovenská (budova) (SK)

62. Villa Rustica

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Veľká lúka is an archaeological site, the site of the remains of a monument from Roman times. It is located in the cadastral territory of the Bratislava city district Dúbravka in the district of Bratislava IV.

Wikipedia: Veľká lúka (Dúbravka) (SK)

63. City Gallery of Bratislava

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The Bratislava City Gallery is a gallery located in Bratislava, Slovakia, in the Old Town. It is the second largest Slovak gallery of its kind. The gallery is housed at the Mirbach Palace and Pálffy Palace.

Wikipedia: Bratislava City Gallery (EN), Website

64. Kostol svätého Jána z Mathy

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The Trinitarian Church or Trinity Church, full name Church of Saint John of Matha and Saint Felix of Valois, is a Baroque-style church in Bratislava's Old Town borough, on the Župné námestie square.

Wikipedia: Old Cathedral of Saint John of Matha and Saint Felix of Valois (EN)

65. Malý evanjelický kostol

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Small Evangelical Church in Bratislava on Panenská Street. It belongs to the Evangelical Church a. v. In 1963 it was included in the register of immovable national cultural monuments under number 173.

Wikipedia: Malý evanjelický kostol (Bratislava) (SK)

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