Photo Exhibition "At Home in Europe. 10 Years in the EU"
Rather than presenting the changes that EU membership brought to Slovenia, the Government Communication Office of the Republic of Slovenia has decided to present to the local and foreign public Slovenia’s contribution to the preservation and development of European integration and common values with a photo exhibition. Through a story told by photographs by renowned Slovenian photographers, we wish to point out the rich natural, cultural and social heritage of Slovenia and to draw attention to both the well-known and lesser-known jewels of the diverse landscape and the activities of the people living in it.
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Slovenian SymbolsOne of the most memorable moments in contemporary Slovenian history was the sight of the huge Slovenian flag blowing in the wind on the square in front of the Parliament after Slovenia's independence was announced.
As a country in the heart of the old continent, Slovenia has a rich story to tell and great symbols attached to its chest. It has been a proud part of several multinational empires, kingdoms, and countries that all influenced the national insignia of today’s Republic of Slovenia.
Government Communication Office published a brochure that brings a quick overview on Slovenian symbols. More >
Sinfo - June 2014
In Focus: The Walk of Peace from the Alps to the Adriatic - In memory of all victims and as a reminder to future generations
Heritage: Nona's Stories Live on
Gastronomy: A culinary experience on the first battle line - The rifle is a soldier's sweetheart, but the mess tin is his mother, wife and sweetheart, all at one time.
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