Monument to the Victims of the 1st and 2nd World Wars (Nová Dedinka)

Next to the new church in the village there is a monument to the victims of the 1st and 2nd World Wars, constructed from black marble of a pylon shape.
The memorial has 9 names of World War I victims and 20 names of World War II victims inscribed on it. It was produced in the workshop of sculptor József Paxián in Veľký Meder and ordered built by war victims’ relatives. The memorial was unveiled in 1992.

How can we get to the memorial?

By raft

3a - Pleasant boating on the Small Danube (Malý Dunaj)

Route: Bratislava Vrakuňa > Nová Dedinka (carrying boats) > Tomášov
Duration: 6 hours
Difficulty level: a popular, non-demanding route
Attractions on the route: Wanderers’ camp “Totemy”

3b - One of the most popular

Route: Nová Dedinka > Tomášov > Janíky > Jelka
Duration: 7 hours
Demands: Non-demanding, with mild rapids at Janíky
Attractions on the route: Water mill Jelka
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