In Petržalka, the very edge of the city of Bratislava on the western bank of the Danube, sits a string of concrete bunkers scattered across a variety of fields and woods. These are the best-preserved remnants of an expensive border defense system that was constructed throughout the country over 80 years ago.
In the 1930s, what was then Czechoslovakia invested in a line of military fortifications to defend against invasion by Nazi Germany, which by 1938 following the annexation of Austria (Anschluss), also threatened Bratislava, which sits on the Danube mere miles from the Austrian border.
|Bratislava City Tour en||4.5km||site_izi|
|Church of St. Elizabeth||2019||4.7km||site_ao|
|Fountain of Union||2018||5.4km||site_ao|
|Addition to the Slovak National Gallery||1964||4.1km||site_brutalism|
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