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SHOW 322 .. 16th June 2007

- Rački ribniki Landscape Park
- Situlae in Slovenia
- Painter Klementina Golija 
- Kamnik reliquary 
- The Feguš quartet 

The Rački ribniki Landscape Park and Botanical garden TAL 2000
In the north-east of Slovenia, not far from Maribor, stretches a large area of dense low-lying woodland with standing water. This is the Rački ribniki – Požeg Landscape Park. Covering less than 500 hectares in size, the area is renowned for its exceptional natural and cultural heritage.
Situla art on Slovenian territory
The first millennium BC was strongly marked by the Iron Age, which reached its artistic peak with so-called situla art. This is exceptional figurative art on small bronze vessels called situlae and other objects. Situla art developed between the 7th and 4th centuries BC in the area of northern Italy, present-day Slovenia, particularly in the region of Dolenjska, and the lowlands along the Danube.
The artistic world of Klementina Golija
The paintings of Klementina Golija are characterised by a serene, harmonious feel for the world. She graduated from the Brera Academy in Milan and continued her post-graduate studies in Slovenia. Her paintings are gentle, bright, and optimistic. She often uses the collage technique to create an illusion of space.
The Kamnik reliquary
Kamnik is one of the oldest Slovenian towns with a well-preserved medieval town centre. A prominent place among its historical and artistic monuments goes to the Franciscan monastery with church, where precious relics are kept.
The Feguš string quartet
The majority of string quartets form after their members have completed their studies. Only after that do they begin to specialise in playing in such challenging ensembles. The Feguš Quartet, however, started the other way round. Its first concert took place when its youngest member was just six years old. That was 15 years ago.
 

 



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