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Renowned cook Bottura in Slovenia: “We need to respect food and throw away less of it” The week of undiscarded food has started on the Pogačar Square with a visit of one of the most renowned modern cooks, Massimo Bottura. One third of food produce ends up being thrown away.
Excellent quality of Slovenian sea, other waters also safe to swim in The report of the Slovenian Environment Agency regarding the quality of bathing waters in 2016 has been issued before the summer season.
Relay from Piran to Triglav Twelve athletes teamed up to performed an extreme relay race: they joined forces and carried the baton between the lowest and highest points in Slovenia.
In May the names Maja and Maj are given to newborns more frequently than in other months Maja in May: In Slovenia, one in six women named Maja and one in five men named Maj were born in May. Twice as many children named Maja and Maj are born in May than in other months.
Slovenia seeks protected status for famous potica cake Potica, a type of nut roll cake from Slovenia, gained international recognition when Pope Francis and Melania Trump talked about the baked specialty during their meeting at the Vatican.
Cerar: Slovenia to boost defence spending Prime Minster Miro Cerar and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met on the sidelines of a NATO meeting in Brussels on Friday.
A relaxed get-together of NATO’s first ladies (and gentleman); Melania meets Cerar’s partner US First Lady Melania Trump socialized with PM Cerar’s partner, Mojca Stropnik, in Brussels. Stropnik reportedly invited the famous native of Sevnica to visit Slovenia.
The Sound of Thousands Slovenia has a long tradition of choral singing, but nothing – in the country or elsewhere in Europe – is quite like the annual gathering of choirs near the town of Stična.
Katanec: We were late getting back from warmups to the locker room in Glasgow At a press conference in Ljubljana, the manager of the Slovenian national soccer team Srečko Katanec unveiled the lineup of players for the qualifier against Malta, which will take place on June 10 ...
Better protection of personal data Exactly a year from now the new European decree on protection of data will come into effect, introducing uniform and modernized legislation into all the European Union member states.
After eight years, Union Olimpija again took the basketball throne The Union Olimpija basketball players finally won another national championship title, after eight years. In the fourth match of the finals in Tivoli Hall they defeated Rogaška 94:78.
A Valley of Magic The northern half of Slovenia contains several glacial valleys, but one of the most beautiful also happens to be among the least visited.
Produce may be grown, but children should not ingest the soil Earlier today, the Environment Agency presented its findings on air and soil pollution levels in the wake of the Kemis fire. Based on the newly released data, the results are worrisome.
"Anthem of Love" echoes across Slovenia for a fifth time The popular Day of Love song by the legendary band Pepel in kri joined together thousands of occasional singers from 32 regions across Slovenia for a fifth year in a row.
Analysis results: Tojnica stream polluted with at least eight pesticides The Slovenian Environment Agency has confirmed the heavy pollution of the Tojnica stream. It has been completely lifeless since the fire at the Kemis waste processing plant in Vrhnika.
The Voice of Slovenian Pride Even though he lived in the 19th century, Janez Bleiweis was a true Renaissance Man. Highly educated, he left a lasting mark as a physician, journalist, and a politician.
Slovenian central bank sees strong economic growth in Q2 Slovenia's economy is expected to grow strongly in the second quarter of the year amid falling unemployment and a rise in investments and exports, the Bank of Slovenia said on Tuesday.
Use of medical marijuana only on paper in Slovenia Slovenia allowed the use of cannabis for medical purposes in March. However, it still cannot be obtained at Slovenia’s pharmacies. If they can afford it, patients purchase the drugs in Austria.
A Bottleneck free fall that Karničar is capable of doing "A result should never be a motive to go up in the mountains. It should be for experience alone. But, although I know it's wrong, I do admit that a big part of my motivation is to succeed in ...
The Hidden Beauty of an Overlooked Mountain Range The Karavanke Mountains, which straddle Slovenia’s border with Austria, aren’t as well-known as the Julian Alps, but this Alpine range is in many ways just as interesting.
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The Sound of Thousands
26. May 2017 ob 08:06 Slovenia has a long tradition of choral singing, but nothing – in the country or elsewhere in Europe – is quite like the annual gathering of choirs near the town of Stična.
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