Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia is one of the beautiful cities I ever visited. We spent two days in the city and it was enough for us to visit the main highlights. While roaming around the city, I noticed the beautiful statues at almost every corner. Except the few famous ones, I couldn’t identify most of the statues.

This blog post is a photo essay of the statue hunting story in Bratislava. If you are planning for a trip to this Slovakian capital, keep an eye out for these sculptures.

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Cumil, the man at work

Cumil statue in Bratislava

Considered as the most famous statue in Bratislava, Cumil is the sculpture of a man looking out from a manhole.

Schöner Náci

Schöner Náci statue at Bratislava

Sculpture The Witch

Witch sculpture in Bratislava

Statue of Hans Christian Andersen

Statue of Hans Christian Andersen

Svatopluk Statue

Svatopluk

Hviezdoslavov pomník

Statues in Bratislava
Alzbeta Statue

Strazna budka

Statue in Bratislava
Strazna budka

Statue of Marie Theresa

Statue of Marie Theresa in Bratislava

Some more sculptures…

Standing man sculpture in Bratislava
Found these statues while walking on some street
Sculpture of a man in Bratislava
statue with lovely fall colours as background
statue of a lady with a deer
Lady with a deer
Sculpture of a standing lady in Bratislava
One last pic!

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