Slovenia

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Saint Gregory’s Day – the Slovene Valentine’s Day

12 March in Slovenia, is Saint Gregory’s Day, a version of Saint Valentine’s Day, which is celebrated as the start of spring with customs and traditions.

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Ivan Cankar – The Writer, The Migrant

Zala Mojca Jerman Kuželički of National and University Library in Slovenia introduces us to Ivan Cankar, who died 100 years ago today and is regarded as the greatest writer in the Slovene language.

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Exploring Europeana in Czech, Irish, Slovak and Slovenian

Europeana Collections can now be navigated in 4 more languages: Czech, Irish, Slovak and Slovenian. This means that Europeana Collections can now be navigated in 27 languages – each of the 24 official languages of the EU as well as Catalan, Norwegian and Russian. To mark this, we’ve taken a look at some snapshots of collections to […]

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#AllezLiterature – celebrate the power of poetry

This World Poetry Day (21 March), we are inviting you to join a month long social media salute to poetry from across Europe. From the Romantics to War poetry and from Burns to Punk, discover, share and interact with selected poems in Europeana Collections. UNESCO World Poetry Day celebrates our shared human experience, the continued […]

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Slovenia: Žiga Turk

Article by Žiga Turk, Minister for Education, Science, Culture and Sports: Slovenia: Europeana as the Generator of New Artistic Pursuits Slovenia is strongly present in Europeana. Europeana Local, Europeana Travel, Minerva, ATHENA, DC-Net, Linked Heritage, ARROW, IMPACT2, EDLnet, APEnet, DoD, ENUMERATE, Europeana Awareness, are merely a few of the projects aimed at the development of digitizing […]

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New Virtual Exhibition: Untold Stories of WW1

In the latest Europeana Virtual Exhibition we showcase some of the most extraordinary and untold real-life stories from the First World War.  We traveled around Europe and collected personal stories and items that people contributed through the Europeana 1914-1918 project in Germany, UK, Ireland , Slovenia, Luxembourg, and Denmark. Renowned historian and WW1 author Peter […]

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Weddings in Eastern Europe

In traditional cultures, the wedding was one of the most important and complex of all social ceremonies, with its own music repertoire. Cultural treasures preserved in the sound archives of Hungary, Lithuania, Poland and Slovenia provide a fascinating look view at vanishing wedding traditions and rituals in Eastern Europe from around 1910 to 1970.   Poland […]

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