Places in Roava, a town in eastern Slovakia is not only rich in tourist attractions but also in local crafts. The crafts of this town have been preserved since the medieval times and when you see them you will remember that it was not so long ago that these crafts were in use. Two most popular items on sale are the saltpans which are hung in many homes as part of a decoration and a collection of items such as the salt and the olive. You can visit the saltpans in the historic center of Roasted Peas and enjoy the fresh bread from the medieval village. Another great attraction for tourists is the village museum, which has ancient works of art on display. The original Olive wood church is open to visitors and it is worth a visit.
The next stop after Roasted Peas is the Bratislava museum where you can find works of art by Jerzy Salen which can only be described as amazing. The Bratislava City Museum is another place of interest with its vast collections of cultural works. It includes pottery, metal art, stone, glass and ceramics. The museum also has a section on ancient furniture. The oldest piece of furniture in the world can be found here. In fact this entire museum is made up of pottery.
The third stop of your trip to Pleures in Roava is Grunau, the capital of Slovakia. The castle of Grunau is a tourist attraction and this place is worth visiting. This castle dates back to the 11th century and there are a large collection of art in the museum. You can view reproductions of the famous ‘The Return of the Master’ and other works of art. The national museum of art is another good place to visit.
The last stop of your tour to Pleures in Roava is Cerkno, the capital of Slovakia. Cerkno had been a centre for industries in the past and you can view a replica of a 19th century shipyard there. The industrial boom in Cerkno gave rise to a number of industry based establishments. You can view a huge number of steel producers, cement producers, textile manufacturers and wood processing factories. You can also see some old towns nearby.
If you are looking for more culture and old history you should visit Slane, a town that is situated in the south western part of Pleures in Roava. Slane was an important harbour city and you can still find many boats today. The most popular tourist attraction in Slane is The Town Hall, which is a historical building that is still in working order. The museum itself contains many historic artifacts and you can see replicas of some of the items from the history of the place. The church of St. Nicholas is another interesting site to visit.
There are many other places of interest in Pleures in Roava. These places of interest have historical significance and many people visit them on a yearly basis to take in the rich culture and natural beauty of this delightful area. Once you have been to Roava Bay you will want to go back again. There is so much to see and do.