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Štefánikova trieda, the main avenue of the pedestrian zone of Nitra, Slovakia. 
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Štefánikova trieda, the main avenue of the pedestrian zone of Nitra, Slovakia.
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In front of the Piarist church of St. Ladislaus in the Lower Town part of Nitra, Slovakia. 
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In front of the Piarist church of St. Ladislaus in the Lower Town part of Nitra, Slovakia.
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Inside St. Emmeram's Cathedral in Nitra, Slovakia. 
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Inside St. Emmeram's Cathedral in Nitra, Slovakia.

Wikipedia: St. Emmeram's Cathedral (Slovak: Bazilika svätého Emeráma) is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in Nitra, Slovakia. The entire cathedral is housed in the Nitra Castle precinct, much like Prague Castle. It was originally built in the Gothic style and is composed of many parts. The upper church dates from 1333-1355. The rotunda dates back to the 11th-12th century and houses a silver reliquary made in 1674. Another reliquary in the cathedral houses some relics of Saint Cyril. The lower church was built between 1621-1642. Later on the entire cathedral complex was remodelled in the Baroque style.
Saint Emmeram of Regensburg, to whom the cathedral is dedicated, was an itinerant bishop who did missionary work from the court of the duke of Bavaria, Theodo I.
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The ruins of the Čachtice Castle in western Slovakia. 
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The ruins of the Čachtice Castle in western Slovakia.

"The Čachtice Castle (Čachtický hrad) is a castle ruin in Slovakia next to the village of Čachtice. It stands on a hill featuring rare plants, and has been declared a national nature reserve for this reason. The castle was a residence and later the prison of the Countess Alžbeta Báthory (Elizabeth Báthory, 1560-1614), who is alleged to have been the world's most prolific female serial killer.
Čachtice was built in the mid-13th century by Kazimir as a sentry on the road to Moravia. Later, it belonged to Matúš Csák, the Stibor family, and then to the famous Bloody Lady Elizabeth Báthory. Čachtice, its surrounding lands and villages, was a wedding gift from the Nádasdy family upon Elizabeth's marriage to Ferenc Nádasdy in 1575.
Originally, Čachtice was a Romanesque castle with an interesting horseshoe shaped residence tower. It was turned to a Gothic castle later and its size was increased in the 15th and 16th centuries. A Renaissance renovation followed in the 17th century. Finally, in 1708 the castle was captured and plundered by the rebels of Ferenc II Rákoci. It has been in decay since." (Text from Wikipedia).
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Čachtice CastleČachtice Castle
A miniature park in Podolie, Western Slovakia, comprising a few dozens of 1:25 and 1:50 models of Slovak castles and churches. 
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A miniature park in Podolie, Western Slovakia, comprising a few dozens of 1:25 and 1:50 models of Slovak castles and churches.
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The Miniature Park in Podolie
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