April 12th, 2010
Bratislava is the capital city of Slovakia and a perfect blend of modern society and historical sites.
Walking through the narrow and steep streets of the city centre you will discover all kinds of curious attractions like the numerous churches, shops and sculptures.
I really loved the Cumil sculpture of the sewer worker on the street floor in Bratislava's Old Town taking a break from work and checking out the people passing by.
This sculpture, also known as Cumil, The Peeper can be found on the corner of Panska and Rybarska Brana streets and has become one of the four most popular statues of Bratislava.
The other three include the statue of Napoleon posing behind one of the benches on the Hlavne Namestie, Main Square in Old Town, the paparazzi photographer on the corner of Laurinska and Radnicna streets and the sculpture of Schoener Naci also known as Beatutiful Ignaz on Rybarska Brana street.
Great places to visit are also the Blue Church of St Elisabeth, the Bratislava Castle and the beautiful building of the Slovak National Theatre.
Bratislava is a great getaway travel destination with a lot to see. The people are very friendly and as the sculptures already proved they have a great sense of humour too!
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