Category Archives: Life in Slovenia

The 12th Beaver Festival of Culture and Arts Kicks off in Ljubljana

From 18 January to 8 February 2020, Ljubljana will host the 12th Beaver Festival of Culture and Arts. The festival will include theatre, dance and music events, film screenings, exhibition tours, workshops, and other events for children and youth that will cover Ljubljana, Sežana and Domžale. The festival programme is based on the relationship between

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Slovene Ana Roš Becomes the Ambassador of the World Tourism Organisation

The World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) operating under the auspices of the UN awarded Slovenian expert in culinary Ana Roš the title of the Gastronomic Tourism Ambassador. This event took place in Madrid during a working visit by the Hiša Franko Restaurant employees and the presentation of Slovenia organised by the local embassy, the Slovenian Tourism

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Eight Slovenian Restaurants Enter the List of the World’s One Thousand Best Restaurants

The prestigious French ranking La Liste 1000, representing the world’s one thousand best restaurants includes eight Slovenian restaurants. The highest place among them belongs to Mak in Maribor. It is followed by Gostilna pri Lojzetu, Hiša Franko, Cubo, JB, Dam, Danilo, and Grič. The rating of the world’s best restaurants with the same indicator (99.50)

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The European Union Distinguishes a Slovenian Development in Fibre Optic Internet

The RUNE project, which is currently the first and only international project at the EU level to create ultra-fast broadband optical infrastructure in rural Slovenia and some parts of Croatia, received the European Broadband Award 2019 in the most prestigious category – Innovative Models of Financing, Business and Investment. This is an annual event where

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The IOC and the International Association of Infrastructure, Sports and Leisure Award the Architects of the Planica Winter Sports Centre

In November, the International Olympic Committee and the International Association of Infrastructure, Sports and Leisure Management awarded the architects of the Planica Winter Sports Centre. Slovenian architects received the prestigious international award – the gold letter. The winners represent three architectural bureaus – STVAR (Aleš Vodopivec and Marko Smrekar), Abiro (Matej Blenkuš, Miloš Florijančič and

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The Velenje Educational Centre Holds a Weekly Workshop Programme for Students from Serbia

From Monday, 11 November to Friday, 15 November 2019, the Velenje Educational Centre hosted six students from the Higher Technical School of Vocational Education (Novi Beograd, Serbia). The workshops organised for the students related the renewable energy sources and power engineering, hydraulics and electric hydraulics, pneumatics and electric pneumatics, automatic diagnostics, machining and welding, robot

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The First Global Centre of Artificial Intelligence Under the Auspices of UNESCO to Appear in Ljubljana

At the 40th UNESCO General Conference held in Paris on Monday, 25 November 2019, it was confirmed that the first global centre for artificial intelligence under the auspices of UNESCO (IRCAI) would be launched in Ljubljana. Thus, the Ministry of Education, Science and Sports emphasizes that Slovenia will be among the respected countries leading in

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Saint Nicholas Opens the Season of December Wonderworkers in the Cities of Slovenia

On Thursday, 5 December 2019, the arrival of Saint Nicholas was organised in Ljubljana. He traditionally went down the cable-railway from the festively decorated Castle Hill and then walked around the centre of Ljubljana accompanied by angels and demons. At the City Hall, he presented gifts to children. The arrival of Saint Nicholas took place

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Slovenia Takes 44th Place in the List of the World’s Happiest Countries

For the eighth year in a row, the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, in collaboration with Ernesto Illy, has been publishing the International Happiness Ranking. The current ranking presents data from 156 countries. Slovenia takes the 44th place in the list. The top ten world’s happiest countries include Finland, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, the Netherlands,

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Ledena Dežela: An Exhibition of Ice Sculptures Works in Ljubljana

On Thursday, 28 November 2019, an exhibition of ice sculptures Ledena Dežela was opened on the Congress Square in Ljubljana. The exhibition has been launched for the second year in a row. The author of the project is Miro Rismondo. The exhibition was prepared by experienced ice sculptors from Slovenia, Finland and Mongolia. The exhibition

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