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Ljubljana Puppet Theatre Creative Europe project, 2017 Velenje Castle The unveiling of the portrait of Petar II Karađorđević painted by Ivanka Bukovac in 1936. The picture was purchased for the Folk Museum Rogaska Slatina collection by Nani Poljanec and 250 donators, January 2010. (From left to right: Manca Izmajlova, Attanasie Milenković, Nani Poljanec and Predrag Filipov, the Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia in Slovenia) The Crown Prince Aleksandar Aleksandrov Karađorđević, Hereditary Prince Petar Aleksandrov Karađorđević, and the collector Nani Poljanec (of the Folk Museum Rogaška Slatina) at the State Funeral (in which the remains of the Serbian and Yugoslav Royal House of Karađorđević were buried in Oplenac Mausoleum in Topola, Serbia), 2013. An autograph of Stefan Milenković, a Serbian child prodigy and famous concert violinist, his first violin and a frock coat. Part of the Philographic Collection of the Folk Museum Rogaška Slatina at Ana's Mansion, 2012 Corleone brajdovec penina, a sparkling wine produced in cooperation with the company Vina Mijošek. The money from the sales of it was given to the victims of the Železniki flood, Folk Museum Rogaška Slatina Ravne - areal conceived by Studio AKKA A sculpture by Lujo Vodopivec, titled Muzej moderne in sodobne umetnosti Nova Gorica and exhibited at the Nova Gorica City Gallery, 2008 A restored orchestrion from the early 20th century that is still playing eight different tunes, inscribed in small nails. A model of the town of Kropa bellow an originally preserved cassette ceiling decorating the mansion that hosts the Kropa Iron Forging Museum. The Kropa Iron Forging Museum portrays the historic development of iron casting by different replicas of the technology used. A render for the Adaptation and Reconstruction of Home of Revolution. Located in Nikšić, Montenegro, this project is a joint endeavour by SADAR + VUGA, HHF Architects (CH) and Dijana Vučinić (ME). The term vigenjc – denoting a nail-smithy – is a rare word that was only used in Kropa and a couple of neighbouring settlements. During the 19th century Kropa had 19 such establishments, each of them having their own name. This is the only remaining one, named Vice. The Kropa Iron Forging Museum displays a part of the legacy of Joža Bertoncelj (1901–1976), a prominent Slovene metal-working artisan. Vigenjc Vice, a restored smithy for nail-making that dates back to the 18th century. Karlheinz 'Carlitos' Miklin & Quinteto Argentina (At, AR) performing at October jazz, a small jazz festival held in the town of Nova Gorica, 2014 The Švicarija Art Centre, a former hotel located in Tivoli Park in Ljubljana, reopened its doors in 2017 as a new residency and exhibition venue for visual arts. The renovated exterior of Švicarija Art Centre, a new residency and exhibition venue for visual arts reopened in 2017 Sitty, innovative concept of urban folding furniture by Gigodesign, 2009 Theatre performance Zadnji Livingstonov poljub at Anton Podbevšek Teatre in Novo mesto with members of rock band Siddharta Winner of Prešeren Award for life work Štefka Drolc at ceremony Prešeren Award and Prešeren Foundation Awards at Cankarjev dom Culture and Congress Centre in Ljubljana, with Jaroslav Skrušny Ceremony Prešeren Award and Prešeren Foundation Awards at Cankarjev dom Culture and Congress Centre in Ljubljana, awarded by Jaroslav Skrušny Ceremony Prešeren Award and Prešeren Foundation Awards winners at Cankarjev dom Culture and Congress Centre in Ljubljana Winners of Prešeren Award for life work Štefka Drolc and Zmago Jeraj at ceremony Prešeren Award and Prešeren Foundation Awards at Cankarjev dom Culture and Congress Centre in Ljubljana (05) Ceremony Prešeren Award and Prešeren Foundation Awards at Cankarjev dom Culture and Congress Centre in Ljubljana... further results