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Alpe-Adria fair focuses on active tourism

By: J.S., STA The Alpe-Adria fair, the largest trade show for tourism and leisure in Slovenia, opened in Ljubljana after a two-year hiatus due to...

Slovenian Section of Camino de Santigo will be revived

By: P.T., STA A section of the famous Way of St James, or the Camino de Santiago, that is running through the north-eastern-most part of...

Francophone Film Festival opened yesterday

By: P.T., STA The Francophone Film Festival, taking place between 21 and 26 March in two Ljubljana cinemas to mark International Francophonie Day, opened in...

Olm guardians from Postojna shortlisted for Natura 2000 Award

By: P.T., STA Baby dragon guardians at the Postojna Cave have been shortlisted for this year's Natura 2000 Award as the only representatives from Slovenia...

Documentary Film Festival to help Ukrainian film-makers document the war

By: P.T., STA A day after the official closure of the Ljubljana Documentary Film Festival, a special screening of a documentary by a Ukrainian film-maker...

Slovenia, France sign education cooperation agreement

By: J.S., STA Slovenia and France have signed an agreement on cooperation in primary and secondary education for 2022-2025 that supports teaching and learning French...

Ajdovščina and Solčava win development breakthrough awards

By: P.T., STA Ajdovščina won this year's Golden Stone award for the biggest development breakthrough among Slovenia's 212 municipalities. The award went to the municipality in...

National Gallery showcases works acquired in past decade

By: J.S., STA The National Gallery opened an exhibition of more than 150 works of art that it acquired in the past decade. They span from...

Nova Gorica Capital of Culture Project gets its head

By: P.T., STA The Nova Gorica city council endorsed Kaja Širok, the long-term head of the National Museum of Contemporary History, as director of the...

Ljubljana doc film fest returning to cinemas

By: P.T., STA Following last year's on-line edition, the Ljubljana Documentary Film Festival will be organised in hybrid form this year to feature 22 feature-length...

Must Read

Dr. David Engels: “Who can predict his own future when the future of Europe seems to be so dark”

By Andrej Sekulović  David Engels is a Belgian conservative author, a historian, and a professor of Roman history, living in Poland. We spoke to him...

Environment-themed exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art

By: J.S.,STA The Museum of Contemporary Art in Metelkova, Ljubljana, launched a group exhibition tonight in which artists are looking for a way out of...

Covid situation better still, Slovenia no longer wholly dark red on ECDC map

By: P.T., STA A total of 407 people tested positive for coronavirus in Slovenia on Wednesday, two-thirds of the figure reported a week ago, and...

Death toll of explosion at chemical factory Melamin rises to six

By: P.T., STA One of the two persons being treated in hospital for severe injuries sustained in last week's explosion at chemical company Melamin has...