Slavín

Slavín is a monument and military cemetery in , the capital of . It is the burial ground of thousands of Soviet Army soldiers who fell during World War II while taking over the city in April 1945 from the occupying German Wehrmacht units and the remaining Slovak troops who supported the clero-fascist Tiso government.

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Milan Rastislav Štefánik was a Slovak politician, diplomat, aviator, Freemason, and astronomer.

Elizabeth of Hungary, also known as Saint Elizabeth of Thuringia or Saint Elisabeth of Thuringia…

The Grassalkovich Palace is a palace in and the residence of the president of Slovakia.

The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs is responsible for maintaining the external relations and the management of its international diplomatic missions.

The National Council, abbreviated to NR SR, is the national parliament of .

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The Old Town of Bratislava is the historic center and one of the boroughs of , in the Bratislava Region of .

Koliba is the name of a locality in , , which is situated on the foothills of the Little Carpathians.

Nové Mesto is a borough of , in the Bratislava III district.

Karlova Ves is a borough in the city of , the capital of .

Dlhé diely is a neighborhood of , the capital of , part of the borough in the Bratislava IV district.

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