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The smell of fresh baked gingerbreads has been the synonym for advent in the village of Suchá nad Parnou for some time already. Come on November 26th to decorate your own honey cake and spend a Sunday full of activities related to Christmas preparations.
Worldwide, around 800 million Christians celebrate this year's anniversary of Martin Luther's Reformation. According to legend, on October 31st, 1517 a German Augustinian monk nailed his 95 reform theses criticizing the former Church on the castle church portal in Wittenberg. Reformation quickly spread out to the territory of contemporary Slovakia and has had significant influence on the spiritual, cultural, national and societal life ever since.
Workshop series in BIBIANA studio in Bratislava that will give children an opportunity to work with the author of the exhibition "The Land of Comics", Matúš Maťátko, the designer, or the textile artist and not only invent stories.
Slovan fights again in the world's second most prestigious hockey league. The 10th Kontinental Hockey League season will start on August 21st with a game between the latest Gagarin Cup champion SKA St. Petersburg and the regular season winner CSKA Moscow. The only Slovak KHL representative, HC Slovan Bratislava, should kick off its sixth season one day later.
Autumn at Tatralandia is unique again and brings an attractive story of the life of skeletons. As of September, the Liptov's Tatralandia water park will welcome its visitors with cheerful and resourceful Halloween decorations.
The festival Visegrad Days is a representative anthology of art in the field of theatre, music and visual arts in the countries of the Visegrad group - Czechia, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia. Anyone is invited to Košice to enjoy its manifold programme.
During the concerts of the ARS NOVA Festival, which will be held at the House of ArtsKošice and at Kasárne/Kulturpark from November 14th to 27th, audiences will experience moments in which exquisite music fuses with emotions to offer a completely new contemporary music experience. As far as the dramatic composition of the concerts is concerned, the works of living composers from both European and non-European cultures will be featured, and the programmes will include the works of composers linked to Eastern Slovakia.
How the medieval Cracow looked like? What did the burghers' residences, townhouses and palaces look like centuries of years ago? Where did live famous Levko, banker of the Polish kings and the manager of the state salt mines as well as the royal mint that owned a number of houses and lots in Cracow? You can find answers for these and other questions at unique Cracovia 3D exhibition at Ľubovňa Castle.