Government Office of the Slovak Republic

The Government Office of the Slovak Republic is a central body of state administration of the Slovak Republic. It controls the fulfillment of state administration tasks and the use of funds allocated to fulfilment of state administration tasks as well as administration of petitions, announcements and proposals. The Office also fulfils tasks connected with professional, organizational and technical aspects of the activity of the SR Government and its advisory bodies.

The Government Office of the Slovak Republic is managed by the Head of the Office.

Historical introduction

The Government Office of the Slovak Republic seats nowadays in a palace used in past as the summer residence of the archbishop of Esztergom. Integral part of the summer archbishop´s palace was also the chapel dedicated to the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary. In the premises of the Government Office of the Slovak Republic was established a garden as early as in 17th century. This garden was admired by visitors from all around Europe, including nobility who came to Bratislava to see coronation of Hungarian kings. In late 1970s so-called New building of the Government Office of the Slovak Republic was built at the eastern edge of the historic garden.

Below you can find more information about buildings, about the chapel and about the famous history of the garden:

SUMMER ARCHBISHOP´S PALACE - seat of the Government Office of the Slovak Republic
CHAPEL of the Government Office of the Slovak Republic
HISTORIC GARDEN in the premises of the Government Office of the Slovak Republic
NEW BUILDING of the Government Office of the Slovak Republic
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