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Slovak Radio Building

Slovenský rozhlas

A truly unique building. It looks as if someone took a modern version of an Egyptian pyramid and let it stand on its tip. A must-see!

Mýtna 2826/1, 81107 Bratislava, Slovakia

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Slovak Radio Building ©  Jiri Parimucha

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