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interests on design, but also cultivated his vocation as town planner and passionately devoted himself to teaching. Fabiani's first large-scale architectural project was the urban plan for the Carniolan capital Ljubljana, which was badly damaged by an earthquake (Ljubljana earthquake) in 1895. Fabiani won a competition against the historicist architect Camillo Sitte, and was chosen by the Ljubljana Town Council as the main urban planner. One of the reasons for this choice was Fabiani was considered by the Slovene Liberal Nationalists (National Progressive Party (Slovenia)) as a Slovene. Breda Mihelič, Urbanistični razvoj Ljubljane (Ljubljana: Partizanska knjiga, 1983), 10. With the personal sponsorship of the Liberal nationalist mayor of Laibach Ivan Hribar, Fabiani designed several important buildings in the Carniolan capital, including the Mladika palace, which is now the seat of the Slovenian Foreign Ministry. His work in Ljubljana helped him to become well-known in the Slovene Lands, convincing Slovene nationalists in the Austrian Littoral to entrust him with the design for the National Halls in Gorizia (1903) and in Trieste (1904). Marko Kravos et al., ''Narodni dom v Trstu, 1904-1920'' (Trieste-Duino, 1995). Fabiani also created the urban plan for Bielsko in Poland. In 1902, these two urban plans won him the first honorary masters degree in the field of urban planning by the University of Vienna in Austria-Hungary. commons:Ljubljana

international victory

http: www.delo.si clanek 104160 title Boris Pahor: Ne želim postati častni meščan Ljubljane publisher Delo.si date 19 April 2010 language Slovene trans_title Boris Pahor: I do not want to become an honorary citizen of Ljubljana - 24 November 15, 2011 Ljubljana, Slovenia '''2'''–1 '''3'''–2 Friendly - It was not until its third game on 7 April 1993 that the team achieved its first international victory by defeating Estonia

religious books

was the author of several religious books, such as ''Karšanske lepe molitve'' (Beautiful Christian Prayers, 1584), ''Ta kratki würtemberški katekizmus'' (The Short Württemberg Catechism, 1585), and ''Agenda'' (1589). However, his most important achievement is the complete translation of the Bible into Slovene (Slovene language), which he allegedly wrote to a large extent at Turjak Castle under the protection of the Carniolan governor, Herbard VIII von Auersperg ( commons:Ljubljana

cultural educational

title Kje so naše meje? url http: www.gorenjskiglas.si novice priloga_moja_gorenjska index.php?action clanek&id 18737 date 19 March 2008 work Gorenjski glas publisher Gorenjski glas language Slovenian trans_title Where are our borders? accessdate 7 August 2009 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. ref name "

, Ljubljana was always the cultural, educational, economic and political center of the country and Olimpija and its fans were considered as the representatives of the upper class. commons:Ljubljana

food live

content Former Ursuline convent. Cellar restaurant serving pizza, salads, and Slovenian food. Live music every night. * *

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scientific achievements

. 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

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and launched the Yugoslav First League, the first country-wide national competition held initially in a cup format. Five other regional sub-federations were also created (based in Belgrade, Ljubljana, Sarajevo, Split (Split, Croatia) and Subotica), each organizing their own regional tournaments with winners qualifying for the national championship. Prince '''Alexander Mikhailovich Gorchakov''' (1798–1883) served as Chancellor

literary field

, Yehuda Amichai, Primo Levi, Gustave Flaubert, Tomas Transtroemer, Wislawa Szymborska, Adrienne Rich, Nagib Mahfouz She was born in Ljubljana, Slovenia. She has finished undergraduate studies of history at the University of Ljubljana, where she studied also archaeology (absolved 4 years), but left it out when she became engaged in the literary field (1995) and postgraduate history studies. She obtained her PhD from history historical anthropology at the University of Primorska with a thesis entitled ''Memory and Remembrance. Historical Anthropology of the Canonized Reception'' (''Case Study of a Review and Publishing House Modra ptica'' Blue Bird '','' ''1929-1941. Bartol with Vidmar''), 1241 pp. URL: http: share.upr.si fhs PUBLIC doktorske Kramberger-Taja.pdf Born in Ljubljana, but lived in her childhood (between age 4 and 11) at the seaside – in the bilingual town of Koper-Capodistria near Trieste. She has finished there 4 years of primary school (Pinko Tomažič), and then moved with a family to Ljubljana, where she has finished primary and secondary school Gimnazija Bežigrad (Bežigrad Grammar School). She obtained BA from history at the University of Ljubljana (1997), and took the position of a postgraduate young researcher at the Institutum Studiorum Humanitatis (abr. ISH) in Ljubljana. After the transition changes, when lucrative and socially applicable science was placed in the first plan at the ISH, she has left the institution (2004), and moved to Koper-Capodistria, where a new University of Primorska has started its route. She still lives and works in Koper. She is married to Drago Braco Rotar, Slovenian sociologist, historical anthropologist and translator.DATE OF BIRTH 11 September 1970 PLACE OF BIRTH Ljubljana , Slovenia DATE OF DEATH Ljubljana-born Bratko Bibič's former band Begnagrad was a very influential commons:Ljubljana


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. *


'''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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