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SHOW 475 .. 5th September 2014

- Celje Castle
- The Strunjan Regional Park,
- The innovative Adora Project
- Beekeeping tourism
- The Juliana Alpine Botanical Garden.

Celje Castle
A few years ago, Celje Castle, formerly the residence of the Counts of Celje, a dynasty that played a very important role in the European history of the Late Middle Ages, underwent substantial restoration works. Following the demise of the Counts, the castle served as a military fortress, while today it houses two permanent museum collections: one portraying the Counts and another dedicated to the former Roman city of Celeia.
The Strunjan Regional Park
The Strunjan peninsula features many natural and cultural phenomena of the Slovenian coast, including the only coastal lagoon in the country and a coastal cliff that is the only one of its kind along the entire Adriatic shoreline. To help preserve this natural heritage, the entire peninsula has been declared the Strunjan Regional Park.
The Innovative Adora Projekt
The aim of any healthcare institution is to minimise the length of operations and improve their quality. With this in mind, a group of students from Maribor have developed a pioneering technological healthcare solution based on a smart monitoring system for surgeons.
Beekeeping tourism
Slovenians are a beekeeping nation and take pride in our rich beekeeping heritage. In the second half of the 18th century, for example, Anton Janša was the first tutor of beekeeping in Imperial Vienna. And several particularities in this field, such as painted beehive front panels, originate from Slovenia. The country may even become a top destination in beekeeping tourism, as the latter is experiencing rapid growth and development.
The Juliana Alpine Botanical Garden
There are some 25 botanical gardens in the Alps, one of which is to be found right here in Slovenia. This is the Juliana Alpine Botanical Garden, situated in the Triglav National Park, just along the road linking the mountain pass of Vršič and the Trenta Valley. Juliana is somewhat different from other such gardens, as it features an extremely diverse variety of both Alpine and Karst flora, although it can only offer a sample of the great variety of plants to be found in Slovenia’s Alps.
 

 



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