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Mohyla M.R. Štefánika na Bradle - Slovakia
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Generál Štefánik tragicky zahynul 4. mája 1919 a o týždeň neskôr ho pochovali spolu s jeho talianskou posádkou nad jeho rodnými Košariskami na Bradle. O päť rokov po jeho smrti bol položený základný kameň pamätníka navrhnutého architektom Dušanom Jurkovičom. Mohylu dokončili v septembri 1928

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