Slovenia Revealed
The Walls of a Long-Lost Castle
Slovenia Revealed, 15. October 2018 ob 09:19 These days, only a few ruins serve as a reminder that a castle known as Schillentabor once stood not far from Pivka in southern Slovenia.
The Secrets of an Ancient Forest
12. October 2018 ob 09:13 The Šumik Nature Reserve on the edge pf the Pohorje Plateau is a magical landscape of waterfalls and primeval forests.
A Life Dedicated to Sports
11. October 2018 ob 09:25 Drago Ulaga devoted his life to his greatest passion – the love of sport. By using a new medium to share his passion with a wide audience, he also became a broadcasting legend.
An Artist Who Forever Remained a Rebel
10. October 2018 ob 07:36 Throughout his life, Hinko Smrekar was determined to challenge the status quo. He used the medium of illustration to mock those in authority and to point out social injustices.
A Hidden Paradise High in the Mountains
9. October 2018 ob 09:57 The Topla Landscape Park in northern Slovenia surprised visitors with its wide range of sights.
A Village of Water, Wind, and Wine Nanos, the highest mountain between Ljubljana and the Slovenian coast, is one of the country’s most recognized landmarks, but the village of Podnanos, near its base, is little-known despite its ...
Rebelling Against Convention Yugoslavia’s Communist regime was not always friendly to the avant-garde, but political liberalization in the 1960s allowed one group of artists and writers to push the boundaries of the acceptable ...
The Brief Glory of a Small Village Dvor, a small village on the Krka River, is now best known for the natural beauty of its surroundings, but it was once also the site of an ironworks that supplied products to all of Europe and was ...
The Doctor Who Promoted Slovenia’s Alps Josip Tičar was a respected doctor in his time, but he was also determined to share Slovenia’s wonders with outsiders at a time when tourism was still in its infancy, and his groundbreaking work is ...
Piran’s Heavenly Jewel For centuries, the Slovenian coastal town of Piran was under Venetian rule.
A Small Town’s Reminder of Napoleon In many countries, Napoleon Bonaparte is remembered as a ruthless tyrant, but his short rule of the Slovenian Lands is often seen as an era of relative prosperity and national revival.
From Ljubljana to the Top of the U.S. Air Force As a nation without its own army for most of its history, Slovenia boasts relatively few military figures.
A Woman Ahead of Her Time In an era when women could not get a formal education and female writers were unheard of in the Slovenian Lands, Josipina Turnograjska bucked the trend.
Much More Than a Wedding The Karst Plateau, a unique landscape of small villages, stone houses, and an enduring folk culture, is split between Slovenia and Italy.
A Gymnast Who Coached the Best Gymnast Boris Gregorka was one of Slovenia’s first Olympic medalists.

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