Grosuplje

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attacks. Being one of the few fortifications of the kind in Slovenia, it is one of the country's most important historical monuments of the period. Magdalenska gora archaeological site Its exceedingly well preserved prehistoric settlement with man-made terraces and defensive rampart, its great number of family mounds, its lively history of archaeological research and rich archaeological finds put Magdalene mountain among the best known archaeological sites in Slovenia. Most of the finds date


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since around 500 BC. Its earliest known mention dates back to 1136. Today, Grosuplje is a centre of crafts and industry whose rapid development is mainly due to its good transport connections and nearness to Ljubljana. *

, Budapest, Rijeka, Pula, Zagreb. Transport from Jože Pučnik Airport Ljubljana to Grosuplje * By train The Ljubljana bus and train stations are located next to each other at Trg Osvobodilne Fronte ("Trg

. Bus line which drive in and out of Grosuplje is line 3G (Ljubljana-Grosuplje). Grosuplje it is located at the third zone. * By taxi '''Taxi Ljubljana'''"http: www.taxi.jezakon.si "'''Taxi Laguna


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since around 500 BC. Its earliest known mention dates back to 1136. Today, Grosuplje is a centre of crafts and industry whose rapid development is mainly due to its good transport connections and nearness to Ljubljana. *

. Cave tours for groups of more than five people guided in Slovenian and English are available all year round by prior appointment. To arrange a time, please call +386 (0)1 786 13 23 or +386 (0)41 407 705. The tour takes about an hour. Little tower (Turenček) The inhabitants of Šmarje defended themselves from the Turks by building strong defensive walls around the church of Mary's birth. The original wall had four towers, of which only one remains standing and is now beautifully renovated


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, Ancient Greek, as well as German (German language), which was then the language of education, administration and high culture in most areas inhabited by Slovenes (Slovene Lands). In Ljubljana, Prešeren's talent was spotted by the poet Valentin Vodnik who encouraged him to develop his literary skills in the Slovene language. As a high school student, he became friends with the future philologist Matija Čop, who would have an extremely important influence on the development of Prešeren's poetry. In 1821, Prešeren enrolled at the University of Vienna, where he studied law, against the wishes of his mother who wanted him to become a priest. In Vienna, he became acquainted with the western canon from Homer to Goethe, but he was most fascinated by Dante and the Italian (Italy) trecentists (Trecento), especially Petrarch and Boccaccio. He also read contemporary Romantic (Romanticism) poets, and he was even fired from the teaching post at the Klinkowström (Joseph von Klinkowström)'s Jesuit institute for having lent a booklet of banned poetry to his friend Anastasius Grün (Anton Alexander Graf von Auersperg). birth_date wikipedia:Grosuplje


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. Cave tours for groups of more than five people guided in Slovenian and English are available all year round by prior appointment. To arrange a time, please call +386 (0)1 786 13 23 or +386 (0)41 407 705. The tour takes about an hour. Little tower (Turenček) The inhabitants of Šmarje defended themselves from the Turks by building strong defensive walls around the church of Mary's birth. The original wall had four towers, of which only one remains standing and is now beautifully renovated

– The Turenček or Little Tower in English. The two-storey tower has a rich history – it was home to the first school as early as 1504 and in more recent times it hosted a library on the first floor and a small hall for theatre productions on the second. The inhabitants of Šmarje defended themselves from the Turks by building strong defensive walls around the church of Mary's birth. The original wall had four towers, of which only one remains standing and is now beautifully renovated


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. Dvorna in Državna Tiskarna, p. 108. is a town in central Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Grosuplje. It lies just south of the capital Ljubljana in the traditional region of Lower Carniola. It is now included in the Central Slovenia Statistical Region. Grosuplje municipal site Name Grosuplje was first attested in written sources in 1136 as ''Groslupp'' (and as ''Grasslupp'' in 1220–50

podelitvi statusa mesta naseljem v Republiki Sloveniji trans_title Decision granting the status of town to settlements in the Republic of Slovenia accessdate 4 February 2011 200px thumb right The original manuscript for ''Zdravljica (Image:Zdravica-št3-rokopis2.jpg)'', written in the old Slovenian alphabet (Bohorič alphabet) He was born 3 December 1800 (Saturday) in the Upper Carniolan village of Vrba (Vrba, Slovenia), then part of the Habsburg Monarchy (today

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since around 500 BC. Its earliest known mention dates back to 1136. Today, Grosuplje is a centre of crafts and industry whose rapid development is mainly due to its good transport connections and nearness to Ljubljana. *

. Bus line which drive in and out of Grosuplje is line 3G (Ljubljana-Grosuplje). Grosuplje it is located at the third zone. * By taxi '''Taxi Ljubljana'''"http: www.taxi.jezakon.si "'''Taxi Laguna

. Cave tours for groups of more than five people guided in Slovenian and English are available all year round by prior appointment. To arrange a time, please call +386 (0)1 786 13 23 or +386 (0)41 407 705. The tour takes about an hour. Little tower (Turenček) The inhabitants of Šmarje defended themselves from the Turks by building strong defensive walls around the church of Mary's birth. The original wall had four towers, of which only one remains standing and is now beautifully renovated


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footnotes Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia '''Grosuplje''' ( ) ''Leksikon občin kraljestev in dežel zastopanih v državnem zboru,'' vol. 6: ''Kranjsko''. 1906. Vienna: C. Kr

on the development of Prešeren's poetry. In 1821, Prešeren enrolled at the University of Vienna, where he studied law, against the wishes of his mother who wanted him to become a priest. In Vienna, he became acquainted with the western canon from Homer to Goethe, but he was most fascinated by Dante and the Italian (Italy) trecentists (Trecento), especially Petrarch and Boccaccio. He also read contemporary Romantic (Romanticism) poets, and he was even fired from

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'''Louis Adamic''' (  – September 4, 1951) was a Slovenian American author and translator (translation).

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