Hlavné námestie (Bratislava)
Hlavné námestie (literally "Main Square") is one of the best known squares in Bratislava, Slovakia. It is located in the Old Town and it is often considered to be the center of the city.
Some of the main landmarks found in the square are the Old Town Hall and Roland Fountain.
During the socialism period (1948–1989), the square was named Námestie 4. apríla (literally 4 April Square, April 4 having been the day when Bratislava was liberated by the Red Army at the end of World War II). Earlier names were Template:Lang-sk (1939–1945), Template:Lang-sk, Template:Lang-hu (1914), Template:Lang-hu, Template:Lang-de (1879), Template:Lang-de (1850), Template:Lang-la (1668), Template:Lang-de (1434), Template:Lang-de (1404), Template:Lang-la (1373).
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Old Town Hall
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The square in 1843
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Palace of the Hungarian exchange bank (Uhorská eskontná a zmenárenská banka)
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Christmas fair takes place each year on the square from the end of November until the end of December
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Palugyay Palace, Viktor Rumpelmayer, 1882-1883