As the highest mountain of the Low Tatra range, Ďumbier mountain lies in the central sections of Slovakia. Apart from the remains related to medieval mines that encompass, iron, gold, and antimony, the massif has become a protected area belonging to the Low Tatra National Park. Lying at an altitude of 2043 meters, the Ďumbier mountain is a place where one can come by chamois present in a reserve set up that has been specially maintained to ensure their protection. Continue reading “Dumbier mountain” »
The karst cave of Demänovská Cave of Liberty is found in the Low Tatras region in Slovakia. The Demänovská Cave of Liberty was discovered in the year 1921, as it got opened for public viewing in the year 1924, and this cave walks away with the honor of being held as the most visited of caves in Slovakia. This cave had been discovered by A.Kral, with the aid offered by A. Misura as well as other surveyors. Continue reading “Demanovska Cave of Liberty” »
The limestone cave of Bystrianska Cave is spotted on the southern slopes related to Nizke Tatry Mountains found near the village of Bystra in Slovakia. E.A. Hollmann and J.Kovalcik discovered Bystrianska Cave in the year 1926, and it is a protected natural monument since 1973. The Bystrianska Cave consists mainly of dark limestone rocks that have resulted from tectonic cracks by that of water corrosion, which have been enlarged through the means of underground river Bystra. Continue reading “Bystrianska Cave” »
As one among the eight administrative regions of Slovakia, Prešov Region consists of 13 districts, as it is situated in the north-eastern sections of Slovakia. Though the Prešov Region is known to encompass diverse types pertaining to landscapes, hilly lands and highlands dominate the Prešov Region. This physically spectacular region shares a close proximity with that of Poland and Ukraine, as it also boasts of five national parks found in this region. Continue reading “Presov Region” »
As one among the eight administrative regions found in Slovakia, the Nitra Region that boasts of a significant historical past is found in the southwestern regions of Slovakia. The sub-units of this region come in the form of Danubian Flat found in the south-west and the Danubian Hills found in the east, north and centre of this region. Nitra Region regions comprises of 7 districts as well as 15 towns.
As one among the eight administrative regions found in Slovakia, Trenčín Region is found in the north-western parts of Slovakia. The region unveils several mountainous ranges as that of Little Carpathians found in the south-west, Javorniky in the north, White Carpathians found in the north-west and the Strazovske Vrchy Mountains found in the centre, among the other ranges. Continue reading “Trencin Region” »
The Košice Region in Slovakia consists of 11 districts, as it occupies the southern sectors of eastern Slovakia. Sharing the borders with Ukraine and Hungary, Košice Region encompasses the eastern section of the Slovak Ore Mountains, as the Honrad Basin gets spotted in the northwestern section of the Košice Region. Bigger rivers that run through this region include Slana that gets spotted in the south-west, Bodrog and Uh in the east and Honrad in the western sections as well as in the centre. Continue reading “Kosice Region” »
the remnants belonging to the Roman military camp Gerulata in Rusovce also becomes an alluring attraction here.
Romans had left traces to be found at the territory pertaining to Rusovce, and this site unveils remaining foundations pertaining to a building that dates back to the period falling between the 2nd and 4th centuries. Continue reading “Gerulata, Rusovce” »
The St. John the Baptist Cathedral is a significant historic monument found in Trnava, which is found in the western sections of Slovakia. The Cathedral is the first building that embraces pure Baroque style in the present-day Slovakia. The cathedral is a part related to a complex encompassing academic buildings. Miklos Eszterhazy, the donor of St. John the Baptist Cathedral sought the expertise of Antonio and Pietro Spazzi, the Italian masters, for the construction pertaining to this cathedral in the year 1629. Continue reading “St. John the Baptist Cathedral, Trnava” »
Referred to as the Holy Trinity Cathedral since February 2008, the Church of the Holy Trinity found in Zilina is a significant Roman Catholic Church found here.
The church has been recognized as one of the marvelous monument found in this town, as the Church of the Holy Trinity in Zilina along with that of Burian’s Tower becomes instrumental in creating a typical skyline pertaining to this town. Continue reading “Church of the Holy Trinity, Zilina” »