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Devin Castle in Bratislava, Slovak Republic

Devin Castle – A Castle in Bratislava Destroyed by Napoleon

Devin Castle is an ancient castle in Bratislava destroyed by Napoleon’s army. It stands atop a hill located at the confluence of two old rivers: Danube and Morava. However, it is not a standing castle, but the ruins of a former one. Let’s know more about it.  As soon as you enter, the castle towers welcome […]

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Bratislava Castle – The Castle on the Hill Overlooking the Old Town and Danube River

Bratislava Castle sits on the hill overlooking the Old Town and Danube River. This extraordinarily large rectangular building was once a ruin after a brutal fire burnt it down in 1811. According to history, the Celts were the first inhabitants in this area. Though it looks plain, palace facade has some fragments of Rennaissance and […]

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St Martin Cathedral Bratislava Things to do in one day

Things to Do in Bratislava

Here are 10 things to do in Bratislava that are worthwhile your time. Two full days and a night were enough for me to explore Slovak Republic’s capital city before hopping on a train in the evening to my next destination. However, it is possible to visit the city in one day, because most of the ones […]

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