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Slovakia is a beautiful country with many cities that really worth a visit. One of them is Bratislava. It remains in the shadow of a much more widespread Prague, but certainly the city is remarkable. Very famous in Bratislava's Old Town. If we find ourselves in this place early this surely we can see a beautiful view of the rising sun. Bratislava addition, it has a lot of monuments worthy of attention. Among others may be mentioned Bratislava Castle dating from the fourteenth and fifteenth century and the ruins of Devin Castle and the Gothic St. Vitus Cathedral. Martin, Gothic Franciscan Church of the Annunciation of the Lord of 1,297 years, the Baroque church of the Trinitarians, and much, much more.
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This river is an important river in Europe, and is the longest river in the European Union. Danube extends from Germany by 4 state capitals in several different countries and eventually ends up in the Black Sea. It is located in the border of Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova and Ukraine. Danube can be divided into three parts. The upper part of the river runs from the beginning to the gate Devin. The next section is the central portion that runs from Devin gate to the iron gate and the last part of the run from the Iron Gate to Sulina. There are several islands on the Danube. In 1990, the river has been connected to the trans-European waterway in connection with the construction of the Rhine-Main-Danube. Because the river is used for commercial purposes is also part of the European transport corridor. Danube and its tributaries and groundwater are protected by the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube. The Commission is composed of 14 countries who devote themselves to the protection and sustainable management of the river.