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The destination for admirers of Gothic Art is The Spiš - Gemer region.
is 267 km long. The blooming of the Gothic Art is connected with the
arrival of German settlers during the 13th century. The Germans enjozed? privileges,
which contributed to the prosperity of the towns. Thanks to the creative genius
of the architects, wood-carvers, painters, masons and others, Gothic Spiš contributes
to the wealth of European Art.
Caves are real jewels of nature. They are its decoration - especially if they are found
in such a large number in a relatively small country like Slovakia. It makes Slovakia
a cave country of worldwide importance. There are more than 3,800 caves known.
Four of them have been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The Dobšinská Ice Cave was added to this List at the end of 2000.
Monuments of the Jewish Culture
The Jewish settlement in Bratislava was first time mentioned in the 13th century.
The dark chapter of the Holocaust commemorates the memorial of the victims of racial
persecution. It is located at the square Rybné námestie on the very spot where once
the representative synagogue (built in 1893 - 1894) of the neological community stood.
According to European and worldwide criterias there have been declared seven national
parks in Slovakia:
High Tatras National Park - TANAP
Low Tatras National Park - NAPANT
Pieniny National Park - PIENAP
Malá Fatra National Park
Slovak Paradise National Park
Muránska Planina National Park
Poloniny National Park
UNESCO - monuments
Five Slovak sites are registered in the World Heritage List:
Banská Štiavnica and the technical monuments in the surroundings
Spiš castle and the surrounding monuments
The Caves of the Slovak and Aggtelek Carst
The urban monument reserve Bardejov
Roost and lock Slovakia
You may are together with us look over a few thousands castle, manor-house and ruin.