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Thursday, October 1, 2020
Who would have guessed that the Nedbalova Street, one of the oldest streets in Bratislava, used to be a Jewish ghetto in the past? That’s right, the street appeared for the first time at the end of the 13th...
Foreigners love Bratislava. Maybe not all of them, but surely a big part does love the Slovak capital. Why? Because the beer is cheap, of course! Seriously, there are many reasons. A lot of Erasmus students and workers from...
Petrzalka is Bratislava's municipality situated on the opposite side of the Danube river from the Old Town. It is often referred to be "a concrete jungle", thanks to the big number of panelaky – concrete apartment buildings from the...
(Source: U Dobreho Pastiera Facebook) You've probably already heard about the mysterious place in the Atlantic Ocean where a number of people are said to have disappeared under inexplicable circumstances. Well, in Bratislava we have also one. Ours is not that...

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