Košice

Kosice is perhaps the most beautiful city in Slovakia, but certainly one of the least known and visited. The city lies near the eastern border of the European Union and Schengen, not far from Ukraine. The Western culture can be spotted on the magnificent Gothic cathedral in the centre
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Slovak literature

There were various works of Slovak literature translated to Dutch, since the publishing of the first Dutch translation of “Jozef Mak” from the  Slovak author Jozef Cíger-Hronský in 1945. The latest translations to Dutch were done by Abram Muller and include: In the name af
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Slovak Evening Hoogeveen

A few times a year Abram Muller together with a group of Slovaks living in the Netherlands, organizes Slovak cultural events including performances, music, films and lectures. Including Slovak snacks and drinks. The shows take place in bars and cultural centers. The performances are s
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Slovak Evening Groningen

A few times a year Abram Muller, together with a group of Slovaks living in the Netherlands, organise Slovak cultural events including performances, music, films and lectures. Including Slovak snacks and drinks. The shows take place in bars and cultural centers. The performances are s
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Slovakia

Slovakia is the least known and therefore yet the least discovered country in Central Europe. It’s rich European culture, which extends from Bratislava’s Danube river to the magnificent city of Kosice. The Carpathian mountains spectacular peaks of High Tatras underlie its
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Balla in the Netherlands

In November 2013 Abram Muller invited the Slovak author Vladimir Balla and his publisher Koloman Kertész Bágala to visit the Netherlands in the occasion of the Dutch translation of Balla’s novel In the name of the Father (V mene otca). Presentations took place at the University
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Bratislava

The capital of Slovakia, Bratislava lies on the river Danube, between Vienna and Budapest. Until 1918 was the city known under its German name – Pressburg, or its Hungarian one – Poszony. Bratislava was for over 200 years the coronation city of the Habsburg Kings, who were
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