Komarno

As the southernmost town found in Slovakia, Komárno is spotted at the meeting point of Vah and Danube rivers. This is the principal fort of Slovakia found on the Danube, and archaeological evidences point to Celt settlement around this area during the 1st century BC. Komárno was established from the part related to a historical town found in Hungary.

Komárno

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As the southernmost town found in Slovakia, Komárno is spotted at the meeting point of Vah and Danube rivers. This is the principal fort of Slovakia found on the Danube, and archaeological evidences point to Celt settlement around this area during the 1st century BC. Komárno was established from the part related to a historical town found in Hungary.

Komárno is known for its cultural and historical sites, which include the town center pertaining to the former Komárno, and these sites are well preserved even unto this date. The historical structures that prompt a visit include the courthouse, town halls, the Danube Museum and St. Andrews Church.

The prime historical monuments that symbolize the resilience and pride of this historical town are the Klapka Square, where the Hungarian general Gyorgy Klapka defended the region from the attacks of Austrians during the War of Independence, and the remains related to fortification structure that are well preserved.

The Europe Square that was built in the center of the town like a Disney-like area is another significant attraction here.

The trail of bastions in the U shape that is upside-down form the eastern, northern and major portions of the western city limits, as the bridge found across the Danube links Komárno to that of Komarom in Hungary.