Roman Games in Rusovce | Slovakia, Dates , Venues & Tickets
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Roman Games in Rusovce

Where:   Rusovce, Slovakia
When:    Annally in September
Details are subject to change by the organizers, for final event location & dates, check "Event related information" section below.
Rusovce is a suburb of Bratislava. It is located on the Danube banks near the Hungarian border. The town holds, every year in September, restoration of the lives in ancient Rome.
The every day life of the Roman is present to the audience in this time journey festival. The events take place in the Roman army camp Gerulata near Rusovce.

The historic reality is accurately reconstructed - the visitors can see gladiators’ fights as well as the life enjoyments of the people of Rome, the fashion, the dress, the meals, the feasts and the philosophers’ chats.

The Roman army camp Gerulata is well preserved and is used as a perfect decoration for presenting the life in ancient Rome. 
Please note that the details of the event are subject to change. We strongly recommended that you check with the organizers before making any travel arrangements.
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Event related information
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Bratislava City Museum (Múzeum mesta Bratislavy)
Phone: +421 (0)2/5920 5111
Fax: +421 (0)2/5443 4631
Radničná 1
815 18 Bratislava

Rusovce travel information
Dialing code: 2
Longitude: 17.1450468°
Latitude: 48.05608°
Slovakia information address: Slovak Tourist Board, Namestie L. Stura 1 P. O. Box 35
974 05 Banska Bystric a 5, Bratislava
Tourist website:

Slovakia country details
Location: Central Europe, south of Poland.
Capital: Bratislava
Currency: Slovak koruna (SKK)
Voltage and Frequency: 230 V 50Hz
Dialing country code: +421
Language: Slovak (official) 83.9%, Hungarian 10.7%, Roma 1.8%, Ukrainian 1%, other or unspecified 2.6% (2001 census).

Slovakia background and overview:
The dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian Empire at the close of World War I allowed the Slovaks to join the closely related Czechs to form Czechoslovakia. Following the chaos of World War II, Czechoslovakia became a Communist nation within Soviet-dominated Eastern Europe. Soviet influence collapsed in 1989 and Czechoslovakia once more became free. The Slovaks and the Czechs agreed to separate peacefully on 1 January 1993. Slovakia joined both NATO and the EU in the spring of 2004.

[Courtesy of The World Factbook]
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