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Jan Oblak wins third successive Zamora Trophy The Marca sports newspaper has awarded prizes for achievements for the last season’s Spanish football championship. Jan Oblak was once again the best.
Krhin is out, captain Jokić is a doubt The Slovene national football team will not be able to count on the Nantes midfielder Rene Krhin, who has a knee injury, for the upcoming Nations League matches against Norway and Bulgaria.
Highest recorded temperatures on the Levstik’s journey A sunny and warm weather attracted a large number of hikers to join the journey from Litija to Čatež. According to the first estimates of the organizers, about 20,000 people joined the journey.
Strike at the Ljubljana Administrative Unit: going home the moment their shift ends Employees at the Ljubljana Administrative Unit on Tobačna street will strike. They will leave their posts at the end of their shift at exactly 6 p.m.
Slovenia’s Walls of Stone Slovenia’s Karst Plateau, a magical region in the southwestern part of the country, is often described as a land of wind and stone.
Vinarium observation tower welcomes 300 thousandth visitor Vinarium, the tallest observation tower in Slovenia, celebrated its third anniversary in September. On November 3, the famous landmark welcomed its 300 thousandth visitor.
Vegetables of irregular shapes returning to shelves More than a third of the food is discarded before being put on grocery shelves. This is often the case with fresh vegetables and fruits that are not grown in standardized shapes.
Human nature has not changed in the 105 years It took 4 years, 3 months and 2 weeks for the First World War to end. It left a mark on many nations and individuals, and motivated the actions of a number of initiators of the Second World War.
Student Urban Mislej has travelled 2.5 times around the world How to study ethnology and geography on the terrain? Urban Mislej, known by the media as a long-distance hitchhiker, knows the answer.
Cycling by the Drava River from Italy to Croatia The initiators of the Drava cycling route project have started materialising their vision of a unified cycling connection across the four countries through which the Drava River flows.
Minister Česnik visits Trieste The Minister for Slovenians Abroad Peter Jožef Česnik's first working meeting was an opportunity to look at all current minority issues.
Pahor: Humans always decide about wars The main celebration marking 100 years since the end of WWI was held at the ossuary of the World War I victims at Žale cemetary in Ljubljana.
The Irlen syndrome causes reading problems and turns school into hell "When light reflects from white paper, it irritates my eyes. It's uncomfortable to look at, the letters change… I mean the letters I concentrate on are still OK, but everything around them becomes ...
When "See you again in November" is replaced with "Goodbye Slovenia" Kevin Kampl's final rejection ends his stormy six-and-a-half-year period with the Slovenian national football team. He was first called to play for the national team in May 2012.
An Artists who Left a Legacy in Stone In the 17th century, a man named Mihael Cussa became Slovenia’s leading stonemason – and created a lasting artistic tradition.
Kevin Kampl not called up; his national team career is over The temporary manager of the Slovenian national soccer team Igor Benedejčič has unveiled the starting lineup for the last two games in the Nations League, which will see Slovenia face Norway and ...
A Musician with a Colorful Legacy In an era when jazz was seen as vaguely subversive, Ati Soss was among the genre's most passionate Slovenian advocates.
Photo: Second day at the LJFW offers different fashion shows Apart from young designers, established Slovenian and foreign names from the fashion scene also presented their creations at the second day of the LJFW Ljubljana Fashion Week, turning the whole ...
Storm that ravaged in 44 municipalities caused enormous damage Last week's storm caused more than 20 million euros in damage to water infrastructure alone. Damage has been reported in 44 municipalities.
Make this land German, Italian, Hungarian, Croatian! What were the consequences of the borders after the occupation? The territory of today’s Slovenia was during the Second World War divided between four occupying countries and transposed with 560 kilometers of borders, barbed wires, high fences and also minefields.
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12. November 2018 ob 09:12 Slovenia’s Karst Plateau, a magical region in the southwestern part of the country, is often described as a land of wind and stone.
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