Alexander Dubček was one of the most popular communist politicians in the late 1960s, during the so-called Prague Spring. He spent his childhood in a utopist commune "Interhelpo" in Kyrgyzstan.
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The drastic police crackdown on a student demonstration in Prague on 17 November 1989 led to the collapse of the communist system in Czechoslovakia.
Former PM Robert Fico, while in office, once infamously said that there is nothing in Eastern Slovakia. Igor Kupec, with his project Local Nomad, is trying to prove quite the opposite.
When creating its Social and Economic Development Plan, the city of Košice decided to adopt a rather innovative and participative approach. And so, together with Creative Industry Košice, the city laun ...
War memorial MONUMENT in Banská Bystrica received several architecture awards. According to its authors, designing it was not only a chance for reviving a reverent space that commemorates the fallen but it aims to be a space, that presents the process of forgetting and neglecting of what should be remembered.
We will visit the village of Hviezdoslavov and there learning about the poet Hviezdoslav, whose name this village bears.”
The day of equal pay for women and men fell on October 25 this year, meaning that as of this date, the women of Slovakia will effectively work for nothing until the end of the year, according to Viera ...
For many centuries, people living in the western world have dedicated a few days around the beginning of November to those who have passed away.
On Thursday, Slovaks celebrate 103 years since the establishment of the Czechoslovak republic, the common state of the Czechs and Slovaks.
The transfer of state land, in the first two national parks to see a reorganisation of the zones within their territory completed, will not take place until April 1, 2022.