Slovenia Revealed
A Reminder of a Vanished Community
Slovenia Revealed, 21. February 2017 ob 06:26 Maribor, Slovenia’s second city, is a place with a long and varied history.
The Life of a Newcomer
20. February 2017 ob 15:26 At a time when refugees and their struggle for a better life are dominating newspaper and television coverage around the world, many literature lovers are revisiting the life story of a Slovenian ...
A Slovenian in Paris
17. February 2017 ob 06:16 The City of Light has long attracted some of the world’s most creative talent.
Slovenia’s Very Own Canyon
16. February 2017 ob 06:19 Northwestern Slovenia is renowned for its exceptional landscapes, but even there, the Tolmin Gorges stand out with their primeval beauty.
The Guardians of the Mountains
15. February 2017 ob 06:22 Named after the Slovenian word for rock, the Skala Mountaineering Club came to symbolize the Slovenian people’s love affair with the mountains.
A Craft that Shaped a Region In a nation defined by its mountains, the region of Prekmurje is known instead for its lowlands and gently rolling hills.
The Sounds of the Mediterranean After years of Fascist rule, the region of Primorska rejoined Slovenia in the wake of World War II.
The Photographer Who Captured War and Peace Much of the 20th century was a turbulent time for the Slovenian people. They endured invasions from neighboring countries, several border changes, a succession of regimes, and frequent protests.
A Creative Life on Stage Considering its size, Slovenia has an exceptionally vibrant theater tradition.
A Century of Drama In a city proverbially proud of its culture, Ljubljana’s Drama building stands apart.
A Movement That United the Slavs It was a common site in Slovenia between the two world wars: Large groups of young men and women taking parts in mass exercises in towns across the country.
Where Cowbells Ring With its glacial lake and romantic villages, the Bohinj Valley is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Slovenia.
The Struggle and Survival of Hungary’s Slovenian Community After the map of Europe was redrawn in the 20th century, the Slovenians of the Raba River, known in Slovenian as Porabski Slovenci , became permanently separated from their homeland.
How a tree became a Slovenian symbol In the late 1980s, the Slovenian Spring was in full bloom. It was a time of a renewed national consciousness and ever-louder calls for human rights.
The Unconventional Life of a Woman Artist Karla Bulovec Mrak was an artist who was determined to go her own way.

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