SK: Retro Walks and Bratislava - Known and Unknown
A few weeks ago, interesting book publications were published by the family publishing house Dajama, which document not only Slovak cities and their history, but also offer many tips for trips.
Retro Trnava and the High Tatras
Take a retro walk around Trnava and the High Tatras. Transfer to the period from 1948 to 1989, enjoy the image of the city in the socialist era and remember the old days. Through publications Simona Jurčová will guide you through Trnava and show you how the city looked and what it lived before a relatively short period. Ivan Bohuš Jr. will give his testimony about the Tatras from another point of view.
For all those who like the Slovak capital, its unique atmosphere and history, it is possible to browse through the brand new book Bratislava Known - Unknown, which captures the town at the beginning of the 18th century. Much of the text is a translation of Bel's Notices about Bratislava, from which the reader will learn what the city looked like almost 300 years ago. The author of the publication is Erika Juríková.
But now we will focus on the present, on the book Bratislava and surroundings for children, which is the third sequel of the Trips with Children series. Authors Daniel Kollár and Viera Polakova prepared 25 most beautiful trips for children in Bratislava and its surroundings. The publication includes photographs, illustrations, useful information, as well as a painted map.
Teď se ale zaměříme na současnost, na knížku Bratislava a okolie pre deti, která je již třetím pokračováním edice Výlety s deťmi. Autoři Daniel Kollár a Viera Poláková zpracovali 25 nejkrásnějších výletů pro děti v Bratislavě a okolí. Součástí publikace jsou fotografie, ilustrace, užitečné informace, ale i malovaná mapa.
The book will give you an idea for meaningful leisure time and will take you, for example, to colorful stones and mammoths to the Natural History Museum, to water and flowers to the botanical garden, to chocolate and Kittsee Castle, or to sledding at Pezinska Baba.
Retro walks or trips in Bratislava w can be found in any good bookstore or e-shop, but because it is Christmas time, you can even win! Write us at least one year, when some historical event took place in Slovakia. Send your reply to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find out the names of the four winners on January 7, 2020 on our social networks.
GPS: 48°22'36.9"N 17°35'09.0"E (Trnava)
Zdroj and photos: PR, Dajama Publishing
Edited by: Infoglobe
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