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SHOW 495 .. 24th August 2015


- The Martuljek Group
- The Ptuj Monastery
- Golf at Bled
- Visual Artist Sedlaček
- The Rolling Stones Museum

The Martuljek Group
Above the Upper Sava Valley in northwest Slovenia rises a picturesque mountain chain called the Martuljek Group. The mountain peaks in the group are on average 2,500 metres high but there’s one that stands out due to its pyramid shape. That’s Špik, and the group is also referred to as the Špik Group. The area is part of the Triglav National Park.
The Dominican Monastery
The Dominican Monastery at Ptuj, which boasts a history that spans over 800 years, is one of the town’s most prominent buildings. After having been dissolved at the end of the 18th century, it served many different purposes, all of which left their mark on the monastic complex. The first stage of renovation, which was very demanding yet respectful to the heritage, turned the building into a congress and cultural centre and brought it back to life.
Golf at Bled
According to the International Golf Travel Market, Slovenia is the most promising Undiscovered Golf Destination of the Year 2015. The oldest and largest Slovenian golf course located at Bled is also renowned as one of the most beautiful in Europe. It’s distinguished by its natural features as well as magnificent views of Slovenia’s highest mountain peaks.
Sašo Sedlaček
Sculptor Sašo Sedlaček is one of the key figures of contemporary art in Slovenia. His artworks point to the problems of consumerism, poverty and reckless waste management – the pressing issues that we often prefer to turn a blind eye to.
The Rolling Stones Museum
Slavko Franca from the coastal town of Lucija admires many things, but his favourite is no other than the Rolling Stones rock group. For half a century he’s been collecting the group’s memorabilia from all over the world. His collection has already grown into a museum, which he gladly shows to visitors.

     
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