NEWS FROM SLOVENIA

28. 6. 2011

Prehistoric Pile Dwellings Listed as UNESCO World Heritage


Paris - UNESCO has put a number of prehistoric pile dwellings in six countries around the Alps, including in Slovenia, on the World Heritage List at the 35th session of the World Heritage Committee in Paris, the Culture Ministry...
23. 6. 2011

Novelist Jancar Wins His Third Kresnik Prize


Ljubljana - The newspaper publisher Delo conferred on Thursday evening the Kresnik Prize for best novel of the year to Drago Jancar. The novel "To noc sem jo videl" (I Saw Her That Night) earned Jancar his third...
23. 6. 2011

Traditional Lent Festival Bringing 450 Events


Maribor - Slovenia's biggest open-air festival, Lent, will kick off in Maribor on Friday, hosting some 450 events until 9 July along the namesake Drava river bank. The list of performers includes names like reggae legend Jimmy...
21. 6. 2011

Translation of Work by Boris Pahor Launched in Moscow


Moscow - A Russian translation of a novel by acclaimed Trieste-based Slovenian author Boris Pahor was presented in Moscow on Tuesday. The 97-year old author, who attended the launch, said he wished the young would read more works...
19. 6. 2011

52nd Ljubljana Jazz Festival to Focus on Portuguese Label


Ljubljana - A Portuguese label will be in the focus of the 52nd Ljubljana Jazz Festival, which will run between 29 June and 2 July. Festival director Bogdan Benigar highlighted at a presentation of the festival the "Clean...

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