A small little area next to a busy road has a monument in it to celebrate an important part of Slovakian history. You only need a short time to see this area but it is worth the trip as it is not far from the old town. The downside was that it wasn't more peaceful.
Bratislava has a number of unique statues and monuments. In the Slovak National Uprising Square, there is a monument commemorating the attempt to depose the Nazi government during World War II. At the end of the war in 1945, Slovakia was controlled by the Soviet army. The square was the site of a rebellion in 1944 against the Nazi state... 更多
This square is just outside the Old Town area and is very important for the Slovak people. It is a memorial of the Slovak National Uprising of 1944 against the Nazis - actually constructed by the Communists when they came in a took over. Later, in 1989 it was the location for peaceful protests against Communism and a popular gathering... 更多
SNP Square is an interesting site with much to do and seen in the Old Town. During the summer, it is filled with vendors and events. The Christmas market is typical for the holiday season with crafts, foods, etc. From the square, you can find many restaurants, hotels, museums, etc. The size of the Old Town good for walking to... 更多
A church, a lot of coffe houses and restaurants, and Soviet statues, to remember Slovakia's past. This was one of the places where people were gathering to protest again the soviet friendly regime.
This square contains the SNP memorial, commemorating the uprising of the Slovaks against the occupation by the Nazis during WW2.... 更多
SNP square is named after the national uprising that took place here in 1944 against the then German rulers.There are... 更多
I saw this inthe sunshine, and it is a nice place to contemplate the history of countries in the region.
The SNP Square is a quintessential soviet-time and revolution of 89 place to me. The statues on the place and... 更多