Seminary Library in LjubljanaWritten by Sloveniaguides.si
The capital of Slovenia is well known for its diverse architecture. One of the richest art periods is a baroque. In the second part of the 17th century, the trade between Mediterranean basin and the central part of Europe was active again.
World War I ...Written by Sloveniaguides.si
and The Battles Of The Isonzo in Slovenian paradise
World war I, also known as the First World War, the Great War, was a global war originating in Europe that lasted from 28 July 1914 to 11 November 1918. American president Woodrow Wilson used the strophe of the British novelist H.G.Wells and said:“This is a war to end all wars. ”
More than 70 million military personnel were mobilized in one of the largest wars in history. It was one of the deadliest conflicts in history, and paved the way for major political changes, including revolutions in many of the nations involved. It played an important role in the history of Slovenia as well.
KlopotecWritten by Sloveniaguides.si
Away, birds, away!
Take a little and leave a little,
And do not come again;
For if you do,
I will shoot you through,
And there will be an end of you.
Mother Goose (The Bird scare)
Cobblers are at home in SloveniaWritten by Sloveniaguides.si
Seeing an artisan cobbler at work is a very rare moment. Most of the shoes today are a product of a mass production, a product with no soul.
Once upon a long ago, it was much different. My grandfather was a cobbler, a master of the profession. As a young girl, I remember watching him making a new pair of shoes. For him, everything was important step, starting with a moment of choosing a leather for shoes. He was even thinking about the personality of the person who would be wearing them!
Parlament julij 2017Written by Sloveniaguides.si
Slovenia, once a part of Yugoslavia, gained its independence on June 25th, 1991. Today it is a state with a parliamentary system in which the most important role is played by the parliament as the legislative branch of power.
The democratic approach to lead the nation has a long tradition among Slovenians. A French jurist and political philosopher Jean Bodin with his works and mentioning a mediaeval ceremony from Carinthia inspired Thomas Jefferson when writing Declaration of independence. Slovenians in Cleveland are so proud they even put a plague Slovenians, Thomas Jefferson and the Declaration of independence.
Rožnik - JuneWritten by Sloveniaguides.si
The month of Roses
June - the 6th month in a year, is called after ancient Roman goddess Juno: goddess for love and marriage. Most of Slovenians call this month JUNIJ. However, some of us, still remember old, Slavic name of June - ROŽNIK.
Roža in Slovenian language means a flower and often one very particular one- the ROSE. June meadows are generally full of colourful little flowers. However, our gardens are mainly decorated with scented blooms of most popular garden plants, the flower of flowers - roses. Slovenian roses are mainly a decoration only. We do not make rose oils or rose water- maybe for a personal use only. From time to time you will find a rose brandy or rose liquor, jam or marmalade or maybe as a decoration on your plate.
Kozolec - A HayrackWritten by Sloveniaguides.si
The hay storage was one of the most important farmer’s works, if they wanted to have enough food for their animal throughout the cold and snowy winter. All around the world you would find similar ways, however in Slovenia they are very unique.
When you are out of the city, on the countryside, very soon you are going to notice interesting, free standing, vertical, wooden, and open and roofed constructions in the middle of the fields. They look as a goat and that is how they have got their name: KOZA or a goat in Slovenian Language.
LectWritten by Sloveniaguides.si
Do you have a problem with the pronunciation: LECT (»letst«)? It is difficult to pronounce, however, you get a reward: a colourful, tasty and with plenty of love made honey-bread heart!
St Gregory's dayWritten by Sloveniaguides.si
In old Slovenian language, March is called sušec- dry month. It is one of the most positive months of the year: the winter is already very weak, here and there some colder days; however, sun is already high enough to embrace us with some gentle sunbeams.
First celebration of the months is devoted to women- in old communist days as well as today- women celebrated March 8, an International day of women's rights, men as a contrary celebrate March 10 as martyrs day and at the end of the month, March 25, religious people celebrate Mother's day.
On the list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Slovenia is nowadays once very popular, than forgotten, lately revealing again so-called St Gregory's day- March 12. In an old calendar March 12 was the first day of Spring- the season, which brought longer days, more light and warmth. In our culture it is considered, that St Gregory’s day is the day of love. Quite often, you are going to hear, that on March 12 birds get married.
International Tourist Guide DayWritten by Sloveniaguides.si
World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations was established on Feb 21, 1985. In 1989, the federation suggested to declare February 21 as International Tourist Guide Day.
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