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Tolerance Poster Show in the Clarissine Church in Bratislava, Slovakia

On October 7th, the Tolerance Poster Show opened for the 2nd time in Bratislava. This time the show was open in the Clarissine Church (Kostol klarisiek), a Gothic church that is part of a complex medieval buildings, and now it is used for cultural events. 
 
On display are 51 posters along with some of the posters that were previously vandalized during a show on SNP Bridge. Symbolically, those posters found refugee from vandals in the church. 
 
The show was organized by Robert Paršo and Katarina Hulikova director of BKIS (Bratislava Cultural and Information Center) and for that we are grateful to them.














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