Three hundred thirty-one soldiers lie in this military cemetery (Vojenský cintorín), a stone’s throw from the Austrian border. Born in nine different countries, whatever differences they had are buried with them.
The Slavín Monument with its Slavín Military Cemetery is the high point of Bratislava – literally. It’s here people come to look down on the city, to get a feel for the landscape. From here you can see the mishmash of architecture that mirrors regime changes, from Brutalism back to the genteel elegance of the Gothic/Renaissance/Baroque mix of the Old Town Hall. Read more