Slovak Constitution Day

Slovak Constitution Day Quick Facts - SK

AKA NameDeň Ústavy Slovenskej republiky
Related Hashtags#Slovakia
2023 DateSeptember 1, 2023
2024 DateSeptember 1, 2024
Constitution Day (SVK)

Slovak Constitution Day History

Constitution Day in Slovakia commemorates the adoption of the Slovak constitution. On 1 September 1992, the former country of Czechoslovakia had begun to dissolve and led to the establishment of Slovakia and its new constitution. Although the new constitution was adopted on 1 September, it wouldn't become effective until a month later. Finally, on 1 January 1993, all of the provisions of the constitution came into effect as Czechoslovakia ceased to exist and the Slovak Republic was officially established.

Constitution Day in Slovakia is celebrated annually on 1 September. The holiday has been celebrated since 1993 and continues to be celebrated across the country.

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Slovak Constitution Day Facts & Quotes

  • The constitution was officially adopted in what is now the nation's capital of Bratislava.
  • Unlike its neighbouring Yugoslavia, the dissolution of Czechoslovakia was peaceful.
  • The Czechoslovak state came into existence after WWI when it declared its independence from long-time ruler, the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
  • Until the start of WW2, Czechoslovakia remained a democracy. During the war and for the decades that followed, Czechoslovakia would be a communist republic until the Velvet Revolution of 1989.
  • The Constitution is for us all to live together, a common life, we need each other.- Pope Theodoros II

Slovak Constitution Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Read the book Irreconcilable Differences. The book provides a comprehensive analysis and explanation of the dissolution of Czechoslovakia.
  • Generate awareness for the holiday on social media by using hashtags such as #SlovakConstitution, #Slovaks and #Slovakia.
  • Visit the Bratislava Castle. The Castle is open to the public free of charge to visit on Constitution Day and in the evening, is lit up to mark the holiday.
  • Head to the traditional folk handicrafts fair in Bratislava. The annual fair showcases hand made crafts, trinkets and items by Slovak artists and artisans.
  • Indulge in a traditional Slovak feast with your family and friends. Be sure to include typical dishes such as, lokse (potato pancakes), bryndzove halusky (sheep cheese gnocchi) and zemlovka (apple pudding).

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