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25 Facts About Slovakia That You Didn’t Know

So we did write about Slovakia before, and all you had to see was a variety of interesting photos of this lovely country. But let me ask you, how much do you really know about Slovakia? Average tourist knows very little outside of mainstream European locations, so let us show you some rather interesting facts about Slovakia, a country you want to stay in. This country has so much history on it’s land, so much castles and wonderful nature it’s hard to grasp and you will wonder why didn’t you visit it already.

So lets see those facts about this Slavic country of Slovakia and yeah make sure you leave in comments which facts you did know, and which you had no clue about. You can even leave a comment if you think something interesting about Slovakia should be included. So here are some cool 25 fun facts about Slovakia, check them out below:

#1 Fact – Ancient old artifacts

#2 Fact – Unique borders around capital

#3 Fact – Crazy castles per capital amount

#4 Fact – Most western-rite cathedral

#5 Fact – Caveman paradise

#6 Fact – First Celts, than Romans, today Slavs

#7 Fact – Norway has nothing on Slovaks

#8 Fact – Slovak or Slovene?!

#9 Fact – Large emigration

#10 Fact – Euro monopoly

#11 Fact – Google Čičmany village

#12 Fact – Longest leg women models

#13 Fact – All Slavs understand them

#14 Fact – Slovaks do marathon for like eternity

#15 Fact – Cradle of civilisation

#16 Fact – Incredible nature

#17 Fact – Science in their blood

#18 Fact – Thermal paradise

#19 Fact – When Slovaks settled

#20 Fact – Heard of Great Moravia?

#21 Fact – Slovaks even in space

#22 Fact – Free student transport

#23 Fact – Andy Warhols Slovak origin

#24 Fact – Slovakia is men’s paradise

#25 Fact – Most unique altar ever

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