Ljubljana's year of the book
Ljubljana is the tenth city to receive UNESCO’s Title - World Book Capital. Its 'mandate' will last from April 2010 to April 2011. This represents a very important opportunity to promote both the city and the country as a whole, since Ljubljana has long proclaimed itself a city of culture and civilisation. 5 March 2010 more 0comments more spotlights: Zoran Mušič – an extraordinary personality of 20th century Slovenian art LIFFe is a real cinematic experience

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12 April 2010Maribor Choir to Stage Mythological Spectacle 12 April 2010Kokoschka in Slovenia for the First Time 9 April 2010Vitanje to Open Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies 9 April 2010Zavec Defends Welterweight World Title 6 April 2010Zavec and Martinez Set for Boxing Spectacle in Ljubljana 2 April 2010Boris Pahor's Novels Translated into German 31 March 2010New City Museum Opens in Krsko archive

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capital:Ljubljana language:Slovenian population:2,021,435 currency:Euro area:20,273 km2 The Republic of Slovenia lies at the heart of Europe, where the Alps face the Pannonian plains and the Mediterranean meets the mysterious Karst. To the north borders to Austria; Hungary is to the east; Croatia to the south and Italy to the west. more slovenia facts weather report: Wednesday 14 April 2010 rainy 7°C

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