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Schone Naci Statue, Bratislava

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Dedicated to one of the city's most beloved characters, Schone Naci Statue pays tribute to the real man who once roamed its streets. The statue stands in the historical city center, near the town square, cheerfully waving his hat at all who walk by. Note that the image is constructed of silver material, rather than bronze. Designed after Lamar Ignac, the statue honors him through its kindly expression. The man was known for bringing joy to the town, strolling through the streets in a top hat and full suit and greeting women with the politeness of days gone by. Put Schone Naci Statue into our Bratislava vacation generator and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Just something Bratislava identifies with, statues popping up unexpectedly, nt that you need to GO SEE them.They are there as you stroll through old city  more »
  • This is a fabulous sculpture and ideal for a photo shoot. What is very interesting is the story behind him. Try to get a real local to let you know what you are looking at as it is quite a beautiful s...  more »
  • Whilst walking through the city there are a number of different statues and this is another situated on the corner of a main square.  more »
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  • Looks nice. Nothing special but interesting.
  • Another small stake that brings a smile, but not much more than that.
  • A fun addition to the city center.
  • Wonderful!
  • Together with "Čumil", they bring joy to any ordinary day :)