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National Museum gets new director

By: J.S, STA

Pavel Car was appointed new director of the National Museum of Slovenia, succeeding Barbara Ravnik, who had the support of the museum for another term.

Car was selected among seven applicants in an open call by Culture Minister Vasko Simoniti. The ministry told the STA Car turned out to be the most qualified candidate in terms of expertise, experience and other professional references. Car, who holds a PhD in history, has been so far mostly active in the IT field.

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