Slovenia Revealed
A Commitment to the Heart
Slovenia Revealed, 14. November 2018 ob 08:38 Despite often limited resources, many Slovenian surgeons have managed to become pioneers in their fields.
A Cup of Coffee by the Pond
13. November 2018 ob 09:21 In a country with several spectacular lakes, a pond in Ljubljana’s Tivoli Park seems unremarkable at first sight.
Slovenia’s Walls of Stone
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.
An Artists who Left a Legacy in Stone
9. November 2018 ob 09:36 In the 17th century, a man named Mihael Cussa became Slovenia’s leading stonemason – and created a lasting artistic tradition.
A Musician with a Colorful Legacy
8. November 2018 ob 15:53 In an era when jazz was seen as vaguely subversive, Ati Soss was among the genre's most passionate Slovenian advocates.
The First People of the Alps Impressive views and fresh air make the Vogel Plateau, high above Lake Bohinj, a popular destination; it’s even accessible by cable car.
A Slovenian Architect Who Left His Mark in America Ivan Jager was one of Slovenia’s most interesting and visionary architects, but he remains little-known in his country of birth because he had moved to the United States in the prime of his career.
A Healing Wind from the Depths Perched high above the village of Begunje, the Church of St. Peter is a popular destination for hikers who go there to admire breathtaking views towards central Slovenia.
The Hero Who Did Not Live to See His Dream Come True When parts of eastern Slovenia were annexed by Italy after World War I, the Slovenian people found themselves cut off from their motherland.
A Poet’s Rose When a Slovenian intellectual created a new variety of rose, the name came naturally to him. He chose to honor the man widely regarded as Slovenia’s greatest poet.
The Palace in a Fishing Village Slovenia’s coastal towns, Piran in particular, are known for their ornate Venetian architecture, but one of the most interesting buildings can be found in often-overlooked Izola: the Besenghi Degli ...
The Mysterious World of Iron Ore The mountains above the industrial town of Jesenice, at an altitude between 1000 and 1300 meters, are crisscrossed by mysterious tunnels.
The Unknown Wonders of a Wooded Canyon Bistriški Vintgar – the Bistrica Canyon – is not as well-known as many other gorges in Slovenia.
An Unexpected World Beneath the Surface Most of Slovenia’s caves can be found in the southwestern part of the country, where the Classical Karst attracts speleologists from around the world.
An Extraordinary Passion for the Heights It is said that climbing Triglav is an obsession for the Slovenian people. Even so, a man named Franjo Potočnik stands apart in his commitment to the country’s highest mountain.

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