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SHOW 340 .. 29th March 2008

- Rateče  
- Slovenia in Brussels
- Saving energy
- The Regional Museum in Celje 
- Sculptor Boštjan Drinovec

Rateče and the surrounding area
Rateče is an old, picturesque village in the north-westernmost part of the country, situated just next to the meeting point of the borders between Slovenia, Austria and Italy. Rateče, known as a starting point for mountain climbing in the Julian Alps and the Karavanke Mountains, also has fascinating and attractive immediate surroundings.
Slovenia in Brussels
Slovenia’s presidency of the European Union has contributed to a much greater interest in Slovenia and done much to raise the country’s profile. 
Saving energy 
One of the priorities of the European Union is taking care of the environment and saving energy. By 2020, greenhouse gas emissions are to be reduced by 20 per cent, and the same percentage applies to the planned increase in the use of sustainable sources of energy. In Slovenia, awareness about a more rational use of energy might, at the moment, still be fairly low, but the situation is gradually improving.
The Celje Regional Museum
Celje is the third largest city in Slovenia. It takes great pride in its fascinating history and rich cultural heritage, with reminders of the Counts of Celje being evident on almost every corner. Visitors can get a good insight into the history of the city at the local Regional Museum, which has been given its home behind the walls of the Old Manor House
Sculptor Boštjan Drinovec
Boštjan Drinovec is an interesting and original sculptor. Although he swears by the principles of the classical painting tradition, he doesn’t neglect more contemporary challenges. He is famous for both his mobile constructions and his miniature sculptures – his “little rebels”.
 

 



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