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It developed as a key economic and administrative centre on the kingdom's frontier.
This strategic position destined the city to be the site of frequent attacks and battles, but also brought it economic development and high political status.
Many of Slovakia's large businesses and financial institutions have headquarters there.
Hoofdkraan.nl, a Dutch website for freelance professionals, named Bratislava its eighth-best city for freelancers in 2017, mostly because of fast Internet and low taxes.
Before World War I, the city had a population that was 42% German, 41% Hungarian and 15% Slovak (1910 census, the population was influenced by Magyarization).
During the revolution of 1918–1919, the name 'Wilsonov' or 'Wilsonstadt' (after President Woodrow Wilson) was proposed by American Slovaks, as he supported national self-determination.
and has been home to many Slovak, Hungarian and German historical figures.