The Visegrad Countries Special is a supplement to The Slovak Spectator weekly published on 31 August 2009 as part of a cooperation of the Spectator with the Villa Decius Foundation; the Institute for World Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest; the Institute of Slavonic and East-European Studies of Charles University, Prague; the Slovak Foreign Policy Association; Pontis Foundation, Bratislava; and the Theatre Institute, Prague, as part of a Small Grant No. 10920088 from the International Visegrad Fund.
The unique quintlingual book project called Visegrád 1335 presents in a single publication the collection of the 14th-century charters following the royal summit in Visegrád which inspired the modern cooperation in Central Europe--the Visegrad Group. The book is a result of cooperation of historians (medievalists) and archivists from V4 countries and was published by the International Visegrad Fund in Bratislava in 2009 and contains a historical background study. All texts are available in Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Slovak and English, charter transcriptions also in Latin.
All public schools and libraries in the region can apply for a copy of the book using the Comments/Questions bar in the left column.