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  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132842.jpg
    St. Martin's Cathedral.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132843.jpg
    Graffiti and passers-by under the Nov? Most ( New Bridge; formerly Most SNP, Bridge of the Slovak National Uprising)
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132844.jpg
    In a small street connecting the Church and the Monastery of the Poor Clares (Kostol Klarisiek); two men are holding a precious chandelier.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132845.jpg
    The New Bridge project destroying some 226 buildings in its construction, and mostly in the Jewish Quarter of the city. - One of the city's two synagogues was unceremoniously destroyed during construction of New Bridge (Nov? Most). A sacred Jewish burial ground, which houses the grave of the revered 19th century rabbi Chatam Sofer, but next to the bridge footings near the church of St Martins stands a lone Monument. The monument is called Pamataj which means Remember..
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132846.jpg
    A statue of the French army soldier Napoleon, leaning on a bench right on the historical Main Square (Hlavne namestie). Napoleon’s armies attacked Bratislava twice and Napoleon himself has visited the city in 1809.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132847.jpg
    The old Slovak National Theatre and the Ganymede's fountain.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132848.jpg
    The "Duck fountain" in Safarikovo square.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132849.jpg
    Detail of architecture of the Reduta Palace, seat of the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132850.jpg
    The SNP Square (Namestie SNP) has statues in memory of Slovenske Narodne Povstanie (Slovak National Uprising of 1944, for which the Square is named). These statues are considered a prominent flaw in the city by some of the locals, as it was built by communists, who claimed that the Uprising (against the WWII pro-Nazi Slovak government) was all done thanks to them.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132851.jpg
    The Church of St. Elisabeth, (commonly known as Blue Church) is a Hungarian Secessionist Catholic church located in the eastern part of the Old Town in Bratislava, Slovakia. It is consecrated to Elisabeth of Hungary, daughter of Andrew II, who grew up in the Pressburg Castle (pozsonyi vár). It is called "Blue Church" because of the colour of its façade, mosaics, majolicas and blue-glazed roof.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132852.jpg
    A statue of the French army soldier Napoleon, leaning on a bench right on the historical Main Square (Hlavne namestie). Napoleon’s armies attacked Bratislava twice and Napoleon himself has visited the city in 1809.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132853.jpg
    The "Comenius University" is the Slovakia’s biggest university. Most of its faculties are located in Bratislava. It was founded in the same time with the creation of the state Czechoslovakia in 1919. The university is named after Jan Amos Comenius, one of the most world famous Slovaks, a Czech teacher and philosopher from the 17th century. Comenius University has around 30,000 students and 2,000 faculty members. It is public university, mostly financed by the government. -
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132854.jpg
    The SNP square (Namestie SNP), one of the biggest squares of the city; a scene for many concerts and public protests.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132855.jpg
    Interior of the Trinitarian Church during a mass.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132856.jpg
    A group of slovak teenagers. Like all adolescents of the world: fans and addicted of McDonald's, Internet.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132857.jpg
    The Grassalkovich Palace is the residence of the president of Slovakia.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132858.jpg
    We can find a lot of treasures in a seconhand goods and antiques shop. This one is located 3 Michalska Street & it's called the "Antik Starozitnosti".
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132859.jpg
    Nov? Most (formerly Most SNP, Bridge of the Slovak National Uprising) is a road bridge over the Danube in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. It is the 32nd-tallest, and thus shortest, member of the World Federation of Great Towers, and is the only bridge to be a member. It is the world's longest cable-stayed bridge to have one pylon and one cable-stayed plane.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132860.jpg
    The old Slovak National Theatre.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132861.jpg
    The Grassalkovich Palace is the residence of the president of Slovakia. It is situated on Hod?ovo námestie, near the Summer Archbishop's Palace.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132862.jpg
    The Grassalkovich Palace : the residence of the president of Slovakia. It is situated on Hod?ovo námestie, near the Summer Archbishop's Palace.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132863.jpg
    Facing St. Martin's Cathedral, a Jewish Memorial Monument named "Pamataj!" (remember!); the New Bridge project destroying some 226 buildings in its construction, and mostly in the Jewish Quarter of the city. One of the city's two synagogues was unceremoniously destroyed during construction of New Bridge (Nov? Most). -
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132864.jpg
    Michael's Gate from Michalska Street(there is a museum of medieval fortification of Bratislava (Pressburg), (Pozsony), and arms located in the tower)
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132865.jpg
    Panoramic view of Michael's gate; the SNP bridge (Novi Most) and St. Martin's Cathedral.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132866.jpg
    The Austrian Embassy where Mozart lived and played many concerts.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132867.jpg
    View of Michael's gate from Michalska street.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132868.jpg
    In 1938, a statue of M. R. Stefanik was raised on the site of Maria Theresia`s monument, including a pylon with the sculpture of a lion holding the state coat of arms. (A lion is the Czech statehood symbol). The author of the monument was the prominent Czech sculptor Bohumil Kafka. According to the original design four pillars and four lions should have been there. Originally the lion should have been looking at the Danube and the country border, but because of tense international situation the diagonal version was at the end opted for.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132869.jpg
    In the "Franciscan Square", some colourful and picturesque old carts for a touristic and romantic horse ride.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132870.jpg
    Devin Castle (Devinsky Hrad), Owing to its strategic position, the cliff (altitude of 212 meters) at the confluence of the Danube and Morava rivers was an ideal place for a fort.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132871.jpg
    The Old Town Hall; a complex of buildings from the 14th century.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132872.jpg
    The old Slovak National Theatre Building consisting of 3 ensembles (opera, ballet and drama), a Neo-Renaissance theatre building in the Old Town of Bratislava, Slovakia, which formerly housed two of the theatre's ensembles (opera and ballet, drama was based elsewhere), and the theatre's large modern theatre building in Bratislava near the Danube, which opened on 14 April 2007. -
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132873.jpg
    The Old Town Hall; a complex of buildings from the 14th century.It is the oldest city hall in the country and it is one of the oldest stone buildings still standing in Bratislava, with the tower being built approximately in 1370.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132874.jpg
    Mirbach Palace (a Rococo-style palace) in the Old Town.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132875.jpg
    The Triniterian Church from Michael's gate.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132876.jpg
    St. Catherine's chapel; built at the request of Cistercian monk Franti?ek of Colomba in 1311.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132877.jpg
    We can find a lot of treasures in a seconhand goods and antiques shop. This one is located 3 Michalska Street & it's called the "Antik Starozitnosti".
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132878.jpg
    Safarikovo Namestie (square) and the Comenius University.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132879.jpg
    The Primatial Palace; (in the first floor of the builidng was witnessed by the signing of the Peace of Pressburg in 1805 between Napoleonic France and Hapsburg Austria after the battle at Austerlitz. King Ferdinand signed the document here on the abolition of serfdom in Hungary 1848.)
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132880.jpg
    Michalska street from Michel's gate.
  • Bratislava, the "discreet".
    Slovakia
    Laurent Paillier
    LePictorium_0132881.jpg
    One of the main roads of the city: Venturska street.
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