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'''Western [[Slovakia]]''' is in the region including the capital [[Bratislava]], the Slovakian Danube River Valley, and other lower-lying territory, bounded on the north by the [[Czech Republic]], on the west by [[Austria]], on the south by [[Hungary]].
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'''Western Slovakia''' is in the region including the capital [[Bratislava]], the Slovakian Danube River Valley, and other lower-lying territory, bounded on the north by the [[Czech Republic]], on the west by [[Austria]], on the south by [[Hungary]].
 
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==Regions==
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==Cities==
 
==Cities==
  
*[[Bratislava]] {{-}} capital and the largest city of Slovakia with a beautifully restored historical centre full of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance churches, houses and palaces, cobblestone streets, fountains, pleasant cafes and lively and cosmopolitan atmosphere.  
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*[[Bratislava]] capital and the largest city of Slovakia with a beautifully restored historical centre full of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance churches, houses and palaces, cobblestone streets, fountains, pleasant cafes and lively and cosmopolitan atmosphere.  
 
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*[[Dunajská Streda]]
*[[Levice]] {{-}} enjoyable castle which is now a museum of the Tekov region
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*[[Levice]] enjoyable castle which is now a museum of the Tekov region
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*[[Martin (Slovakia)|Martin]]
 
*[[Myjava]]
 
*[[Myjava]]
*[[Nitra]] {{-}} one of the oldest slovak towns with the castle and well preserved historical centre consisting many baroque palaces and burger´s houses
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*[[Nitra]] one of the oldest Slovak towns with the castle and well preserved historical centre consisting many baroque palaces and burger´s houses
*[[Nove Mesto nad Vahom]]
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*[[Nové Mesto nad Váhom]]
 
*[[Partizanske]]
 
*[[Partizanske]]
 
*[[Piešťany]]
 
*[[Piešťany]]
 
*[[Pukanec]]
 
*[[Pukanec]]
 
*[[Púchov]]
 
*[[Púchov]]
*[[Topolcany]]
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*[[Topoľčany]]
 
*[[Trenčianske Bohuslavice]]
 
*[[Trenčianske Bohuslavice]]
*[[Trenčín]] {{-}} one of the most beautiful Slovak towns with a castle lying above the city overlooking the historical centre and the river Váh
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*[[Trenčianske Teplice]]
*[[Trnava]] {{-}} the oldest Slovak town with the highest number of churches (12) and well preserved baroque architecture
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*[[Trenčín]] one of the most beautiful Slovak towns with a castle lying above the city overlooking the historical centre and the river Váh
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*[[Trnava]] the oldest Slovak town with the highest number of churches (12) and well preserved baroque architecture
  
 
==Other destinations==
 
==Other destinations==
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Revision as of 19:26, 17 October 2011

Western Slovakia is in the region including the capital Bratislava, the Slovakian Danube River Valley, and other lower-lying territory, bounded on the north by the Czech Republic, on the west by Austria, on the south by Hungary.

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  • Bratislava — capital and the largest city of Slovakia with a beautifully restored historical centre full of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance churches, houses and palaces, cobblestone streets, fountains, pleasant cafes and lively and cosmopolitan atmosphere.
  • Dunajská Streda
  • Levice — enjoyable castle which is now a museum of the Tekov region
  • Martin
  • Myjava
  • Nitra — one of the oldest Slovak towns with the castle and well preserved historical centre consisting many baroque palaces and burger´s houses
  • Nové Mesto nad Váhom
  • Partizanske
  • Piešťany
  • Pukanec
  • Púchov
  • Topoľčany
  • Trenčianske Bohuslavice
  • Trenčianske Teplice
  • Trenčín — one of the most beautiful Slovak towns with a castle lying above the city overlooking the historical centre and the river Váh
  • Trnava — the oldest Slovak town with the highest number of churches (12) and well preserved baroque architecture

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