Hotel room at the Bratislava
Mercure. Peculiar decor and a
window onto the shower ?
Nicholas Gate, one of the few
original structures of Bratislava
Reconstructed Bratislava Castle.
The Castle was in ruins from 1811 to
1953 when restoration began.
The historic center of Bratislava and
St.Martin's Cathedral (1311). Traffic on
the nearby bridge is shaking it apart.
Novy Most (New Bridge) and its striking UFO
Restaurant. The only bridge that is a member
of the World Federation of Great Towers.
Controversial statue of Svatopluk I
at the Honorary Courtyard since
Restored Bratislava Castle. A
stone castle has been on this site
since the 10th century.
The West terrace of the Castle,
now an information center.
Bratislava castle in a classic shot.
Michael's Gate (1300) the only
remaining City Gate. Rebuilt and
re-named in 1758.
Old Town Square (Stare Mesto)
and Old City Hall (1370). At the
heart of historic Bratislava.
Fountain in the Main Square of
Statue of a soldier in a
guardhouse in the main square.
Panorama of the Main Square of
the Old Town.
Statue of Schoener Naci (Beautiful
Ignaz), greeting people walking down
Rybarska brana street.
July 7-9th, 2011
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The Paparazzi statue peaking
around the corner of Laurinska
The Primate's Palace (1778) the scene of
the signing of the Peace of Pressburg after
the Battle of Austerlitz (1805).
Cumil the watcher or the peeper
statue on the edge of the street.
Bratislava Castle looking down from
Castle Hill onto the Old Town.
Grassalkovich Palace (1760) which is
now the Presidential Palace for
Slovakian guards in traditional
dress in front of the Presidential
French Army Soldier statue in the
Old Town Square.
Pedestrian only streets in the historic
center of Bratislava.
The Slovak National Theatre along
the banks of the Danube.
Communist era statue along the
Danube River.
Old buildings and cobbled streets
near St. Martins Cathedral.
Damaged buildings near the new
highway to the New Bridge.
Market in front of St. Michael's
The pedestrian overpass near my
Hotel. Really unattractive way to do
Welcome signs for the World Hockey
Championships still up in the Train
Classic communist mural in the
Train Station. Hey, look it's
Sputnik !
Too Public
Nicholas Gate
The Castle
New Bridge
Too Modern ?
Take a break in the shade.
Classic Castle
St. Michaels Gate
Stare Mesto
Who is this guy.
Main Square
Goofy Statue
The Photographer
Napolean slept here
Castle hill
The White House
Lonely Guards
Napolean ?
Old Town
National Theatre
Just put him down
Hey Padre
Urban Renewal
Pizza anyone?
Turn Right
Hockey Night in Bratislava
Happy Workers
Don't lose your head
The Castle
Advertise much ?
Bratislava Castle from a boat on
the Danube.
Massive advertisements on the