Top 10 Places in Slovak_Republic - 2017



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In 1st place is the Gerlachovsky Stit. Gerlachovsky stit is the highest peak of the Tatras Mountain range. It is the highest of all the peaks in Slovakia. It is around 2655 meters above sea level. The peak has good access and spectacular mountain aura all around. One may find nature sightings at its best here.
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In 2nd place is the Kosice. Kosice is the second largest city of Slovakia. It is located in its eastern part. It lies on the river Hornad and extends to the Slovak Ore Mountains. It is the economic and cultural center of the eastern part of Slovakia. It is a seat of the Kosice region and Kosice self governing region.
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In 3rd place is the Slovak National Museum. Slovak National Museum is the largest museum in the Slovak Republic. It is also the largest cultural institution. The museum dates back to more than 100 years ago.
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In 4th place is the Bratislava. Bratislava is the largest city in Slovakia. It is also a state capital. It is the seat of National Council of Slovak Republic along with the Government of Slovak Republic and other central bodies of state administration.
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In 5th place is the Tatra Mountains. Tatras is a mountain range and a sub range of the Carpathian Mountain ranges. It is the highest part of the Carpathian mountain range. The Slovakians live beyond the mountains, which earlier used to be a part of Polandís inhabitance. The highest peak is Mount Rysy, which is 2499 meters above sea level.
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In 6th place is the Bojnice Castle. Its current form,a museum,features neo-classic architectural styles , with the rebuild and museum. Plays host to the annual International Festival of Ghosts and Spirits, and Summer Music Festival Also a popular location for filming fairy tale movies, such as FantaghirÚ, a 1991 Italian film In 2006, the castle attracted about 200,000 visitors.
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In 7th place is the Spis Castle. It was included in the†UNESCOlist of†World Heritage Sites†in 1993 Films such as Dragonheart (1996), Phoenix, Kull the Conqueror (1997), The Lion in Winter (2003), The Last Legion (2006) have been filmed at this site. Before 1464, it was owned by the kings of Hungary, until 1528 by the ZŠpolya family, the Thurzo family (1531-1635), the CsŠky family (1638-1945), and presently by Slovakia itself.
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In 8th place is the Orava. After the†Second World War†, Orava Castle was declared a national cultural monument in 1953. The Orava Museum is one of the oldest in Slovakia. In 1800, a gigantic fire destroyed all the wooden parts of the castle Repairs included, fortifying walls with iron bars and also in the tunnel that spans between the castle gates and interior design work including some rooms received wooden tiles and period-style furnishing Many scenes of the 1922 film Nosferatu were filmed here
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In 9th place is the Demanovska Ice Cave. It represents the former spring part of the DemšnovŠ Cave System First written mention of the cave is in the Estergom Chapter bill from 1229 Numerous inscriptions on its walls , the oldest from 1714, and preserved literary resources from the 18th century are evidence of a great interest of contemporary scientists and the general public.
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In 10th place is the Bardejov. The name bard is Hungarian, for chopper, representing the number of forests in the area, referring to the amount of wood one man could chop in a day. Sv. Aegidius, was named after St. Giles lived on the milk from a deer for many years with nothing else. Giles, was Sainted as the patron Saint of cripples. UNESCO, named Bardejov one of its World Heritage Sites in 2000.
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