The south eastern Slovak chateaux of Betliar is one of the few that was left untouched by the communist regime and serves now as the museum of perfectly preserved noblemen culture.
The Autoriada 2017 literature festival starts on Friday, December 8, in Bratislava. The event will present the top authors on the Slovak literary scene to a wider audience.
After its success at the Berlinale international film festival, the Slovak film Little Harbour (Piata loď) won the Best Picture award at the Silk Road film festival in China.
At the age of 77, Slovak star trumpeter Juraj Lehotský died on Sunday, December 3. Besides being a popular big band musician, he was also known for his perfect jazz traditionals.
For many, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), is mainly associated with lists of places, things and practices that are worth seeing and visiting.
November is the month of photography. One of world known iconic photography is "Lunch atop a skyscraper".
Can you imagine running a competition with no winner? And can you imagine a competition where all the participants are winners? Well, that's something that happened in Slovakia 18th November.
More than 100 representatives of Slovak but also Czech cultural institutions met 13th November at the presentation of the achievements within the framework of the Strategy of the development of Slovak culture in the years 2014 - 2020.
The Eastern Slovak museum in Košice is presenting a unique exhibition. In one place, visitors can see around 200 oil paintings, drawings and photographs by internationally renowned Košice born painter Leopold Horovitz.
On the other hand, the Slovak cameramen association will award the top achievements in the sphere of shooting films on Wednesday, November 29.