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SNP, an abbreviation for Slovenske Narodne Povstanie (Slovak National Uprising) appears in many places throughout the country. In this square is a monument commemorating the anti-Nazi resistance movement.
Bordered by Obchodna ul and Postova ul., Bratislava, Slovakia
Námestie SNP is significant throughout the country and has huge historical importance for being one of the key places that was linked to the independence of the nation of Slovakia and where demonstrations and events have been held. The square and the surrounding area has...More
I went by this monument while on a walking tour. And boy was I glad that I did because it is amazing and uniquely historical. There are restaurants surrounding it and it is a very short walk back to the main part of the city...More
Nowadays, this is a place where people use to meet for celebrate important events, demonstrate against them government or meet popular celebrities. Unlike the Main square, here is still public transportation working and you can catch a taxi. Most of the buildings are from 20...More
Slovak National Uprising square, is an area in central Bratislava named after the insurgency of 1944. It has been the hub of city life and a prestigious address for 600 years. It is a nice place to visit and reflect on the history of the...More
SNP Square is an historically important square in Bratislava that is a nice quick tourist destination.
It's nice to visit and soak up the history of this place and visit the nice Memorial.
The memorial is in tribute to the 1944 uprising by the Slovak...More
This square contains the SNP memorial, commemorating the uprising of the Slovaks against the occupation by the Nazis during WW2. It's a pretty little square located just outside of the old town. A short visit is sufficient.
A small little area next to a busy road has a monument in it to celebrate an important part of Slovakian history. You only need a short time to see this area but it is worth the trip as it is not far from the...More
Bratislava has a number of unique statues and monuments. In the Slovak National Uprising Square, there is a monument commemorating the attempt to depose the Nazi government during World War II. At the end of the war in 1945, Slovakia was controlled by the Soviet...More