by Michael J Kopanic Jr After the Velvet Revolution, attracting tourists was once thought to be one of the prinicple solutions to solving Slovakia’s economic problems. With the Iron Curtain removed, some believed that streams of eager tourists would flock to Slovakia, and toss their money away. In the following years, reality set in. First, […]

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