Wikimedia CEE Spring 2015/Structure/Slovakia

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MTS Info icon.svg This is a list of articles about a country in Central and Eastern Europe region. This list is created for a cross-border collaboration project by voluntary contributors and therefore it only reflects their subjective opinion. Presence or non-presence of a topic in the list is not related to its objective importance or lack of it. This page is open for changes and further contributions.

Article lists for Slovakia[edit]

P art-green.png a. Culture

  1. Fujara / (Q11787)
  2. Slovak National Theatre / (Q281805)
  3. Spiš Castle / (Wikidata)
  4. Bratislavský hrad
  5. Bojnice Castle
  6. Čachtice Castle
  7. Devín Castle
  8. Vlkolínec
  9. Wooden churches of the Slovak Carpathians
  10. Pavol Országh Hviezdoslav
  11. Ján Kollár
  12. Pavel Jozef Šafárik
  13. Ján Kadár
  14. Obchod na korze
  15. Juraj Jakubisko
  16. Štefan Uher
  17. Eugen Suchoň
  18. Ján Cikker
  19. Andrej Sládkovič
  20. Samo Chalupka
  21. Peter Pišťanek

P biology-green.png b. Nature / Geography

  1. Geografia Slovenska / (Q682227)
  2. Baradla
  3. Slovak Karst
  4. Banská Štiavnica
  5. Bardejov

P agriculture-green.png c. Economics

  1. Národná banka Slovenska / (Q1481791)
  2. Kia Motors Slovakia
  3. Volkswagen Bratislava Plant
  4. PSA Trnava Plant

P social sciences-green.png d. Society

  1. Demographics of Slovakia

P sport-green.png e. Sports

  1. Michal Martikán
  2. Pavol Hochschorner
  3. Július Torma
  4. Ján Zachara
  5. Anton Tkáč
  6. Jozef Pribilinec
  7. Miloslav Mečíř
  8. Imrich Bugár
  9. Ondrej Nepela
  10. Anton Ondruš
  11. Karel Dobiaš
  12. Ján Popluhár
  13. Peter Šťastný
  14. Marián Hossa
  15. Zdeno Chára
  16. Stan Mikita
  17. Peter Bondra
  18. Žigmund Pálffy

P ps-green.png f. Politics

Presidents of the Slovak Republic
  1. Michal Kováč (Q356990)
  2. Rudolf Schuster (Q163813)
  3. Ivan Gašparovič (Q57295)
  4. Andrej Kiska (Q12762303) – incumbent
Prime Ministers of the Slovak Republic
  1. Vladimír Mečiar (Q316526)
  2. Mikuláš Dzurinda (Q212765)
  3. Iveta Radičová (Q211771)
  4. Robert Fico (Q57606) – incumbent
Other significiant politicians in Slovak Republic
  1. Richard Sulík (Q586798), co-author of 2003 flat tax reform, incumbent Member of European Parliament
  2. Ján Figeľ (Q356253), head negotiator for Slovakia's accession to the European Union, European Commissioner for Education, Training & Culture in 2004–2009
  3. Miroslav Lajčák (Q467905), diplomant, incumbent Minister of Foreign Affairs
Slovak politicians and diplomats in Habsburg monarchy or Czechoslovakia
  1. Ľudovít Štúr (Q315222), leader of Slovak national movement in mid-19th century, author of the Slovak language standard
  2. Ján Palárik (Q1102385), early liberal thinker, proposer of alternative policy to Štúr's movement ("constitutional patriotism")
  3. Jozef Miloslav Hurban
  4. Adam František Kollár
  5. Milan Rastislav Štefánik (Q319962), significant diplomat during WWI, co-founder of Czechoslovakia
  6. Vavro Šrobár (Q329265), significant agrarian politician in interwar Czechoslovakia
  7. Milan Hodža (Q349893), Prime Minister of interwar Czechoslovakia
  8. Štefan Osuský (Q3508058), significant diplomat during WWI and WWII, founder of exile-government in Paris
  9. Andrej Hlinka (Q467797), clerical nationalist leader in interwar Slovakia
  10. Jozef Tiso (Q154346), President of Slovak State
  11. Ján Ursíny (Q3380690), Democratic Party chairman
  12. Jozef Lettrich (Q12027031), Democratic Party chairman
  13. Alexander Dubček (Q150543), leader of Czechoslovakia who attempted to reform the communist regime
  14. Gustáv Husák (Q157651), President of Czechoslovak Socialist Republic during "Normalization" period

P transport-green.png g. Transport

  1. Železničná spoločnosť Slovensko

P history-green.png h. History

  1. Principality of Nitra
  2. Pribina
  3. Koceľ (Q709663)
  4. Matthew III Csák (Q222534)
  5. Juraj Jánošík
  6. Anton Bernolák
  7. National revival
  8. Slovenské povstanie
  9. Slovak Soviet Republic
  10. Slovenská republika (1939 – 1945)
  11. Jozef Gabčík
  12. Slovenské národné povstanie
  13. Proces s rozvratnou skupinou buržoáznych nacionalistov na Slovensku
  14. Slovenská socialistická republika
  15. Verejnosť proti násiliu
  16. Rozdelenie Česko-Slovenska

P chemist-green.png i. Science

  1. Slovenská akadémia vied / (Q1050317)
  2. Dimitrij Andrusov / (Q369844)
  3. Ivan Bella / (Q448167)
  4. Josef Maximilián Petzval
  5. Štefan Banič
  6. Aurel Stodola
  7. Matthias Bel
  8. Maurice Benyovszky
  9. Jan Jesenius

P literature-green.png j. Education

  1. Comenius University in Bratislava

Female Icon.svg k. Women

  1. Danka Barteková (Q2000589), sports shooter (skeet)
  2. Daniela Hantuchová (Q52430), tennis player
  3. Elena Kalinská (Q83856), slalom canoeist
  4. Anastasiya Kuzmina (Q229640), biatlonist
  5. Martina Moravcová (Q254535), swimmer
  6. Ľudmila Podjavorinská (Q10545696), significant writer, activists
  7. Iveta Radičová (Q211771), former Prime Minister of Slovak Republic
  8. Zuzana Štefečeková (Q960075), sports shooter (trap)
  9. Adriana Karembeu
  10. Kristína (Q430744), singer

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