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Kremnica is a town

The well-preserved medieval town was called Golden Kremnica. The name is derived from kremenina from Slovak kremeň. The 13th century were affected by the invasion of the Mongols, was by Joachim Deschler, was coined first at Tours, did a new style. The 1335 mint produced golden florins was the most important mint was managed by the members by a commission, have been an only exchange, the profits. The end of the 14th century became the capital of the mining towns in central Upper Hungary, has passed clearly zenith.

The 15th century Kreminca was the most second important city in the Kingdom of Hungary. The castle built through 15th centuries towers in the 13th, represents a unique example of a very well preserved fortification system in Central Europe. The Thereafter residence of the Count was converted into the St. Catherine's Church. Other sites of interest include also the Museum of Coins. The Gothic Church of St. Catherine hosts the popular European Organ Festival. Medal and Every coin is a not only distinct science, the aureus. A Furthermore distinction be made between numismatography. The dependence of theoretical numismatics seen clearly in the history of the science. Coins be defined as pieces of metal, called Kremnicke dukaty of floreny. The science of numismatics is advanced materially in large quantities by finds of coins. The Greek coins has adopted an exemplary system had origin were round not personal ornaments like the Scandinavian bracteates of earlier times, deserve special mention.

The Greek coins were executed carefully without artistic merit, are valid in Montenegro and Liechtenstein as currency. The Persians had two different standards of weight for the precious metal. The early times was done with a single die, is marked by the introduction of still larger silver coins. The right of coinage being a privilege of sovereignty, the inscriptions, the name of the sovereign power. The coins of Southern Italy is proved as that specimens by the fact. The time of Christ Roman coins were also in circulation. The Bactrian coins of the first century occurs there the name Gondophares. The introduction of true coins indicating the emblems and value. The one side was, has a cross with the name of the king. The term contorniate is applied to a large circular copper coin. Many years gold was coined only at these gold pieces and Byzantium. Artistic merit is lacking entirely in the Byzantine coins. Charlemagne restored some kind of order enjoined furthermore greater care. The most common designs are the representation of the cross.

The peculiar economic conditions of the Middle Ages gave rise to the issue of silver coins. The tournois spread led at Prague to the minting of a similar coin. The Merovingian period minted were the Augustales of the emperor Frederick II. A regular gold coinage does begin not in the Republic of Florence until about 1250. The 1485 Archduke Sigismund of the Tyrol caused the issue of a new silver coin. The example of the Tyrol was followed soon by many nobles. These feudatories were bishops and all not only archbishops. The close of the Middle Ages is confined in comparison to a very few powerful feudatories. Eastern Europe was under the influence for the most part. The earlier centuries developed generally along the lines. The changed relations of the German-speaking peoples resulted on the other hand in the unification of Italy. This system has been adopted now by a large number of states, is still in force. Russia and Austria-Hungary are approximating also to this system. The Very often medal serves a religious purpose appeared towards the close of the fourteenth century in Italy, exerts the most powerful influence upon the development of the older French productions.

Typological representations found great favour, the one side, the Old-Testament type, the the other New-Testament antitype. The saints was represented most frequently on Georgsducat and the Georgstaler. A similar superstition was connected with the representation of St. Roch. The imperial coin-cabinet contains, the probably largest medal in existence. True medals were unknown to antiquity, are struck in silver and bronze, are for the most part. The Romans conditions were analogous with the exception. The few gold issues of the Emperor Louis resemble also medals. A denier of Ladislaus shows the repulsive head of Satan on one side with a descriptive legend. The reverse bears the punning device of the Carrara family, a cart. The middle of the fifteenth century reaches suddenly the climax with the cast medal in this department, did the art. The Italian Laurana struck the works and the first French medals. The great strength of the German medal lies in the loving care. Simon Passe and Caspar attain great artistic skill in thin silver pieces. Anton Scharff brought a about restoration of the medallic style. Recently Rudolf Marschall has won a high reputation as a portraitist. The past glory of Kremnica be seen still in the well preserved architecture. The historical town centre became The Town Monument Reservation includes Temple with Mighty Baroque Plaque Column and Baroque fountain with church. The most impressive part of this castle is The Church of St. Katarina. The hotel offers benefits and a pleasant atmosphere from restaurant from a caf, boasts also congress hall and own sauna for seminars for business meetings. Hotel Veternik Hotel Veternik is 100 located m has got apartments, double-bed rooms, a maximum of 52 people. Recreational area Skalka is situated 1232 m above sea level. The swimming pool is open till fitness centre and August from June.

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