COUPLES MAKE VALENTINE'S DAY DEPOSIT IN 'LOVE BANK'

THE LOVE BANK IS THE MAIN ATTRACTION OF AN EXHIBITION COMMEMORATING THE WORLD'S LONGEST LOVE POEM, MARINA BY SLOVAK POET ANDREJ SLADKOVIC.

COUPLES MAKE VALENTINE'S DAY DEPOSIT IN 'LOVE BANK'

Marina's parents shunned the poor poet and forced her to marry a wealthy gingerbread maker.
They were star-crossed lovers but unlike Romeo and Juliet their tragic romance is a true story.
The "Love Bank" is the main attraction of an exhibition commemorating the world's longest love poem, "Marina" by Slovak poet Andrej Sladkovic.

In a small medieval Slovak town, couples are getting ready on Valentine's Day to make a "deposit" about their romance in a place dedicated to love stories. The "Love Bank" is the main attraction of an exhibition...

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