capital of Slovakia


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capital and largest city of Slovakia

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TOM GARNER yesterday produced a contender for ride of the year in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, when winning the Velka Starohajska Chase aboard Mr Pamperito, despite having no irons for the last two miles of the two-mile-six-and-a-half-furlong race.
Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia and lies on both banks of the river Danube and the left bank of the Morava river.
Hungary PM Viktor Orban, CzechA PM Petr Necas, SlovakiaA PM Iveta Radicova, and Polish PM Donald Tusk got together for a forum in the capital of Slovakia, which is the current chair of the V4.
In April 2009, President Bashar al-Assad held in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, talks with his Slovak counterpart on boosting bilateral relations as well as the situation in the Middle East region.
An armed man has killed seven people and wounded at least 14 others in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia.
Gul and his wife Hayrunnisa Gul held a city tour in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, on the last day of his trip, and visited historical and touristic places before they returned to Turkey.
In Turkey, the firm bought P&D Real Estate Consultants in a deal it dubbed "part of its continuing expansion across Europe." In January, the firm opened an office in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia.
Day six commences with the second train journey though the beautiful Moravian Hills to Bratislava, capital of Slovakia, and on into Hungary winding around the Danube end to Budapest, to remain for three full days of sightseeing; to include cruising the Danube, between the hills of Buda and Pest and a private tour of the Royal Palace.
The two plexes in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, captured more than 50% of the national B.O.
In Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, the Jewish ghetto, emptied of its inhabitants, stood intact for more than a decade after the war until the Slovak authorities had it cleared to make way for the approach of a new bridge.
Last year the now well-established and indeed excellent publishing house Kalligram (a Hungarian-language firm in Bratislava/Pozsony, the capital of Slovakia) brought out Lajos Grendel's latest novel.