Presentation of the Námestie SNP Case Study

May 2 & 3 & 10, 2018 in Bratislava, Slovakia

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The team of Aliancia Stará Tržnica invites selected representatives of the most important local and national media for the presentation of its case study outputs. The presentation is connected with an official release of all the materials related to quick wins under the Bratislava case study – Námestie SNP and its surroundings. The presentation will feature a brief explanation of the project, its objectives and key case study outputs, followed by an in-depth presentation of individual proposals of quick wins and a walk over the square. The presentation date was chosen to coincide with a street food event taking place on the square in front of the market hall, which highlights the achievability of interventions for creating a functioning and vivid public space.

The event is invite-only. For more information or requests of participation please contact veronika@staratrznica.sk.

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