The Pavilion presents the urban evolution through a square. At the entrance, a spiral staircase means that the different streets lead to the square. The square is surrounded by a wall decorated with old memories. It represents the important periods of the development of Slovakia's towns and cities. Films tell the stories of everyday urban life, testifying to the change, movement and constant expansion of towns.
- The cut arched walls represent the transition from the past to the present and are also used as projection screens, telling the stories of towns and inhabitants.
- Visitors can get to know Slovak history through furniture, objects, costumes... and take pictures in antique costumes.
- Slovak artists present music and dances of different styles.
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