Nový zámok is a castle in Banská Štiavnica, Slovakia. The castle is located on a hill south of the city center at an altitude of 630m above…
Old Castle's history begins in the 13th century with a basilica and a cemetery being built on its grounds.
The Calvary is a complex of sacral buildings all built in baroque style including several churches and chapels.
Banska Stiavnica was and is famous for its mining industry and history and what better place to learn about it than an Open-Air Mining…
Klinger, a 'tajch', is one of the artificial water reservoirs built to supply energy to Banska Stiavnica's mines in the 18th century.
The ruins of Castle Sitno stand on the highest peak of the Stiavnice Mountains and offer a beautiful view.
St. Anton Manor House was built in 1750 and it's as if nothing has changed since then.
Pocuvadlo, the biggest 'tajch' which is one of many articially created water reservoirs to supply the mines in the area in the 18th century.