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  1. Developer unveils its vision of a new Bratislava centreRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 9, 2017 | Slovak Spectator

    J&T Real Estate is asking for a statute of important investment for its package of projects to speed up the construction One of the most valued localities of Bratislava - the embankments of the Danube River - has found itself in the spotlight of developers. Following HB Reavis, J&T Real Estate has as well applied for a statute of an important investment for its package of development projects on both sides of the Danube.


  2. Ministry inspects selected wells in VrakunaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 19, 2017 | Slovak Spectator

    The recently acknowledged contamination of land and underground waters by waste from a former chemical plant has initiated analyses of selected private wells in the area. On July 19, the Water Management Research Institute began to inspect selected residential wells near the landfill containing waste from the former Juraj Dimitrov Chemical Plant in the Bratislava borough of Vrakuna.


  3. Impressive archaeological site revealed under planned Bratislava ring roadRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2017 | Slovak Spectator

    One of the most extensive archaeological sites in Slovakia was revealed during the survey of the plots on which the future Bratislava ring road will be built. Situated in the Bratislava borough of Podunajske Biskupice, the excavated area dates back to the 8th century.


  4. Greater BratislavaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2017 | Slovak Spectator

    One of the important milestones of our capital is connected with the year 1946. The post-World-War II cabinet came to the conclusion that Bratislava, as the residence of top political and state Slovak national bodies, needed an adequate base.


  5. Environment ministry warns of underground water pollution in VrakunaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2017 | Slovak Spectator

    Bratislava's boroughs of Vrakuna, Ruzinov and Podunajske Biskupice have recently issued warnings to their inhabitants to not drink or bathe in water from their wells and to avoid eating any leaf and root vegetables from the area. The step follows the publication of an Environment Ministry report that analysed the impact of the toxic chemical waste dump in Vrakuna.