Slovak National Gallery Slovenská národná galéria, Bratislava

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  • The national gallery usually has an interesting temporary exhibit in addition to its solid permanent collection. At present, the temporary examines propaganda during the WWII era, when Slovakia was oc...  more »
  • Well worth a visit; a moving insight into Slovak life during WW2, facism and nazi rule - Free entry.  more »
  • Although the main headquarters of the Slovak National Gallery (SNG)-historic Water barracks with the povestným bypass was reconstructed by the SNG collections in its neighbouring building, its exhibits-Berlinke. Here you can see not only the fine gems, but also enjoy a coffee at the local cafe for their long-term. In addition, the SNG is in 2017, free admission!
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  • Currently, this place is a must visit if you happen to be in Bratislava: Due to the ongoing renovation, the Slovak National Gallery has free entry! We visited in late December 2016 and apart from some nice sculptures on the first floor, the Gallery had a very (very!) impressive and honest exhibition about Slovakias role in World War II and their relationship to the Third Reich. I was unaware of this part of gruesome history and learned a lot about the darkest chapter of humanity... Spare some time and visit "Dream x Reality 1939 - 1945", it is a thought-provoking experience.
  • Interesting installation, which makes you think. And for free :).
  • awesome permanent show. very well curated and sharp.
  • Not amazing but the exhibitions are well curated and designed.
  • Excellent exhibition on advertising and artistic production during the years of the second world war. The entry was free.
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