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7 - Another Cities on West

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So, now let's go further to the west, to look to another regions of Slovakia, and two major cities there, Nitra and Trnava.

Bratislava is connected with Nitra by highway D1, largest in Slovakia.

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The Trnava is not large city, and not very interesting, so I will show you only this historical city picture, with Church of saint Mikulas.

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After short visit, we transfer to Nitra, another regional city of Slovakia. There is also huge amount of old socialist tenements, with city parts

entirely composed of them.

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Although they are very old now, most of them have been entirely renovated.

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Before 30 years, concrete tenements were built in all cities of Slovakia, often after destroying many beautiful historical buildings.

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But, there are also many family houses with gardens, mostly built on the Zobor hill where is television tower.

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The tower itself is not very big, but it is major landmark of the city, what can be seen from 40 mile distance.

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Nitra is also known for Agrocomplex, the place of showcases and exhibitions of Agriculture, and sometimes furniture and vehicles. It has capacity up to 15.000 people.

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Hope you enjoyed this update!


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Another impressive update. I like the first image - the shadows cast by the powerlines and the billboards really caught my eye.
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Fantastic job, once again. Lovely variety, lovely landscapes and one more update that makes the viewer to actually "feel" something...
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It just ... WOW. No lack of words. Each update is an increasingly higher level. Photo 1, 5 and 6 just knocks on your knees. Especially picture 5 and 6 to show the transformation of villages into large concrete housing is fantastic. About the flora have already written, but I still can not stop wondering. From what I read, is a catalog of plants, etc. must be fairly impressive to create this effect.

Well done. Six in the five-point scale.
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