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Improvement of the Historic Centre of Celje: Priority for Pedestrians and Cyclists

A part of the historic centre of Celje within the territory of Lilekova in Gubčeva streets with an area of 1,790 m² will be re-planned and improved. Municipal authorities plan to reduce the area for parking and to carry out an experimental improvement in the interests of pedestrians and cyclists. The work budget is almost

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Everyone Is Welcome to Take Free Tours around Ljubljana as Part of the International Guide Day

On Thursday, 21 February 2019, the tour operator Turizem Ljubljana invites everyone to take part in two free tours around the city – Tales of Ljubljana Bridges and Walk Along Cankar Road – as part of the International Guide Day. During the first tour, its participants, along with the guide, will walk from the Fabiani

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One of the Main Streets in Ljubljana to Be Repaired

The European Regional Development Fund will participate in financing the repair of the Poljanska cesta section from the intersection with Kopitarjeva to the Ambrožev trg square. The Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy decided to co-finance the repair of the Poljanska cesta section at the expense of European funds. To this end, the

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New Houses for 1,000 Apartments to Appear in the Real Estate Market of Maribor

After 10 years, the housing construction has been resumed in Maribor. Works are conducted on several objects. In the coming years, about 1,000 new apartments will be commissioned in Styria – one of the Slovenia’s regional capitals. The local secondary housing market was on the rise in 2018. Last year, the average cost of 1

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Ljubljana Enters the Top Ten Green Capitals of the World

Experts from the comparethemarket.com website announced the greenest capitals of the world. The determining factors used by the analysts as a basis included the quality of life, the air pollution level, the rate of people who do not go to work by car, the length of bicycle routes, the average time in traffic jams, the

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Children’s Olympic Festival to Be Held in Kranjska Gora

On Saturday, 2 February 2019, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., the Children’s Olympic Festival will be held in Kranjska Gora near the Kompas Hotel. The purpose of the event is to popularise the winter Olympic sports, sport spirit, sport movement and a healthy lifestyle. During the event, children will be able to learn interesting

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The European Regional Development Fund to Allocate Almost 3 Million Euros for the Triglav Park Enhancement

According to the decision of the Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy, the project on the Improvement of the Status of Species and Populations in the Triglav National Park – Top of the Julian Alps will receive European funds. The project budget will make almost 3.7 million euros, 2.9 million euros of which

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The Snow Sculpture Festival “The Castles of King Matjaž” To Be Held in Črna na Koroškem

On 25-27 January 2019, the traditional 27th Snow Sculpture Festival “The Castles of King Matjaž”, the main winter tourist event in the Carinthia region, will take place in the town of Črna na Koroškem. The opening of the event will take place on Friday, 25 January 2019, at 4:00 p.m., when the King Matjaž’s outing

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Slovenian Designers Create an Original Festive Christmas Tree

Young Slovenian designers from the Ljubljana studio Hello Yellow House have created an artificial wooden Christmas tree from environmentally friendly renewable materials. The tree of up to 1.5 metres in height is made on the basis of sustainable technologies and does not contain plastic and other harmful substances. The product is made manually and under

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Statistics Service: Slovenes Are Most Often Born on the 1st of January

According to the Statistics Service, the majority of Slovenes (7,552 persons out of almost 2.1 million people) celebrate their birthdays on the 1st of January. Exactly this remarkable date is listed as a date of birthday in their official documents. Meanwhile, the least of all Slovenes (4,731 people) celebrate their birthdays on the 31st of

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