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Slovak prize winners and competition organisers 2019/20 and 2020/21 | Photo: Slovak Centre for Communication and Development
Slovak prize winners and competition organisers 2019/20 and 2020/21 | Photo: Slovak Centre for Communication and Development

Back to “Normal”: Slowak Award Winners of Past Two Competitions Met in Bratislava

On 10 September, organisers, teachers, prize winners, friends and partners of the Slovak History Competition enjoyed a lively joint event in Bratislava, celebrating the results and findings of the past two competitions of 2019/20 and of 2020/21. Both competitions were affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Slovak award winners with parents, teachers, members of jury, competition organiser | Photo: private
Slovak award winners with parents, teachers, members of jury, competition organiser | Photo: private

Slovak Award Ceremony 2019

On 21 June 2019, the winners of the 14th Slovak History Competition were awarded at the premises of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic in Bratislava under auspices of the Slovak Commission for UNESCO.

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Slovak award winners with tutors, members of jury, competition organisers and other guests | Photo: private
Slovak award winners with tutors, members of jury, competition organisers and other guests | Photo: private

Slovak Award Ceremony 2018

On 22 June 2018, the winners of the 13th Slovak History Competition were awarded at the premises of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic in Bratislava. Under the topic "Fragility of Liberty” 64 participants handed in 37 entries. Most of them were group works.

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Caroline Turazová | Photo: Körber-Stifung
Caroline Turazová | Photo: Körber-Stifung

Slovak Student Shed Light on Unrecognised Monument

A photo of an extraordinary building caught Caroline's attention: a chapel covered with fir bark situated in a forest. Who was the architect and when was it built? No information could be found in the region's chronicles. Only when Caroline contacted people who lived close to the chapel did she find the missing information. Take a look at what Caroline said about her competition entry.