Ljubljana

What is Ljubljana known for?


culture+place

fax hours price content A self-declared autonomous culture place to gather for alternative artists, many subcultures and youth. What used to be a military barracks is now full of underground artists, bars and nightclubs. Metelkova can get crowded on Fridays and Saturdays. It is within 5 minute of walk from main Train Station, and it is home to a renowned hostel Celica. *


international+collection

contemporary art, houses the national collection of 20th century Slovene art (paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings as well as photography, video and electronic media collections), a collection of works from the former Yugoslavia, and the international collection Arteast 2000+. It is being currently restored. *


single international

island of Gozo, as well as a wide range of professions, organizations and disease sufferers. Skopje's single international airport, Skopje Alexander the Great Airport (Skopje "Alexander the Great" Airport), is located in Petrovec Municipality, roughly 22 kilometers east of the city centre. The airport has been given under concession to the Turkish company TAV, which is contracted to invest €200 million in the expansion and renovations of both the Skopje and Ohrid


record publishing

Will Find Blues"''). Borota offered these recordings to the Sarajevo-based record label Diskoton. The music editor Slobodan Vujović refused them, stating that there was already a great number of signed acts and that Bijelo dugme would have to wait for at least six months for the single to be released. This is widely considered commons:Ljubljana


popular traditional

as the "basis of the traditional city cuisine of Ljubljana". http: www.vecer.com clanek2010040605528419 http: issuu.com slovenia docs okusiti_katalog_slo Up to modern times, they have been traditionally considered lent food, and were especially popular in spring. They are also a popular traditional dish in the Vipava Valley in western Slovenia and are served in numerous restaurants in the Slovenian Littoral. Early life Türk was born in a lower middle class family in Maribor, Slovenia (then part of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia). His father died when he was a child. He attended the prestigious II. Gymnasium High school in Maribor. In 1971 he enrolled to the University of Ljubljana where he studied law. He obtained an MA with a thesis on minority rights from the University of Belgrade's Law School (University of Belgrade Faculty of Law). In 1978, he became a teaching assistant at the Faculty of Law in Ljubljana. In 1982, he obtained his PhD with a thesis on the principle of non-intervention in international law. In 1983, he became the director of the Institute for International Law of the University of Ljubljana. In the following years, he worked on minority rights. In the mid 1980s, he collaborated with Amnesty International to report on human rights issues in Yugoslavia. thumb right Tirana International Airport Nënë Tereza (File:Mother Teresa Airport.jpg) Tirana International Airport Mother Theresa (Tirana International Airport Nënë Tereza) (''Nënë Tereza'' in Albanian), also known as Rinas Airport, is located 15 kilometres northwest of the city, off the road to Durrës and was reconstructed in 2007. The expansion resulted in an increased number of passengers per annum, estimated in 1.5M passengers for 2009. commons:Ljubljana


life made

. At the end of that year, Montenegro Airlines established flights to Zurich, Ljubljana, Skopje, Istanbul, and Budapest. In 1582 his unguarded language and reckless life made it necessary that he should leave Tübingen, and he accepted a mastership at Laibach in Carniola (nowadays Ljubljana in Slovenia), which he held for about two years. Shortly after his return to the university in 1584, he was threatened with a criminal prosecution on a charge of immoral conduct


main award

. After his death, the eastern Slovenian industrial town of Strnišče was renamed Kidričevo in his honour. The main award for scientific achievements in Slovenia was called "Kidrič Prize" until 1990. In 1959, a large monument was erected in his honour in front of the Slovenian Government Office in Ljubljana, where it still stands despite some protests by anti-Communist groups and victims of Communist persecution. The Institute for Physics (Vinca Nuclear Institute), near


dance rock

(1984 as WRRC) headquarters Ljubljana, Slovenia membership 34 National Member Federations '''World Rock'n'Roll Confederation''' ('''WRRC''') was registered in 1984, although its history traces to 1974. It is an umbrella organization for national professional and amateur Rock and Roll (rock and roll (dance)) dancesport federations. Its statute that it "aims at promoting the physical training of its members by means of sporting activities in the form


political national

the status of an official language. Lonely Planet, in ranking the best cities in the world, ranked Sarajevo, the national capital (capital (political)) and host of the 1984 Winter Olympic Games (1984 Winter Olympics), as #43, ahead of Dubrovnik at #59, Ljubljana at #84, Bled at #90, Belgrade at #113, and Zagreb at #135. commons:Ljubljana


life+important

to the Stone Age, but there are also the newer ones, which are still used in our everyday life. Important columns of museum activity are also rich museum library and unit for preservation and restoring. * commons:Ljubljana

Ljubljana

'''Ljubljana''' ( a Slovene (Slovenes)-inhabited part of Austria-Hungary, and it has been the cultural, educational, economic, political, and administrative center of independent Slovenia since 1991. Its central geographic location within Slovenia, transport connections, concentration of industry, scientific and research institutions and cultural tradition are contributing factors to its leading position.

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