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Narodni dom Maribor

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Housed in a restored late 19th-century building in the centre of Maribor, Narodni dom offers various contexts a wide range of performing arts activities, including theatre, dance and music. As an organiser, producer, and promoter, Narodni dom presents around 1,200 events each year. It hosts numerous concerts of everything from traditional to electronic and dance music and prepares various music series covering orchestral, chamber and jazz, as well as theatre events including comedy, children's theatre, and youth programmes.

Each summer Narodni dom runs Maribor's major international attraction Lent Festival, which draws more than 500,000 visitors annually. It also organises a range of other musical events and festivals, including the Folkart International Folklore Festival, Maribor and co-produces the Festival Maribor.

Association Nagib

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Formally founded in 2013, the Association Nagib grew out of the NagiB Contemporary Dance Festival, a annual festival for contemporary dance and performance art taking place in Maribor between 2005 and 2013.

In 2014 the festival got transformed into a year-long cycle of performances called Nagib na oder [Nagib on Stage], set up in the main regional theatre Narodni dom Maribor and led by the Association Nagib. The organisation also runs various side-projects, from occasional artist residencies to international research projects. It aims to enable reflection of contemporary art and to support artists and their creative striving.

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Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Tel Aviv

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The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Tel Aviv has functioned as an official representative of the Republic of Slovenia in Israel since 1994. It provides consular services in Israel (and Palestinian territories) and promotes bilateral political, economic, and cultural ties between the two states.

Other representatives of the Republic of Slovenia in Israel include the consulates in Tel Aviv and Bethlehem.

Stolp Photogallery

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Housed in a 16th-century Jewish Tower in the city of Maribor, Stolp Photogallery was established by Photoclub Maribor as its club exhibition space in 1989.

It annually hosts up to 12 exhibitions of acclaimed or upcoming young Slovene and foreign photographers. Its programme contains mostly solo exhibitions of Slovene artists such as Andrej Furlan, Marko Lipuš, Borut Peterlin, Tomaž Lunder, Matjaž Wenzel, Matjaž Krivic, Branimir Ritonja, Bogo Čerin, Tanja Verlak, Tomaž Gregorič, Matej Sitar, Stojan Kerbler, Bojan Radovič, Andrej Lamut and Sandra Použun as well as artists from abroad: Roberto Kusterle (IT), Orna Lutski (IL), Imre Szabo (RS), Osman Demiri (AL), Christop Grill (AT), Sergiy Lebedynskyy (UA), and many others. A part of the presented artists in chosen by way of an open call, published on the galleries website.

Once a year the group exhibition of the Photoclub members is featured. Further group exhibitions are usually dedicated to artists of other Slovene regions or other countries. It is also one of the venues for the Festival of Photography Maribor.

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Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Paris

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The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Paris is the official representative body of the Slovene Government in France. The embassy provides consular assistance and promotes bilateral political, economic and cultural relations between Slovenia and the French Republic.

The Embassy in Paris is also responsible for Monaco and since September 2012 also for Morocco.

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Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Prague

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The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Prague is the official representative body of the Slovene Government in the Czech Republic. The embassy maintains and strengthens the relations and contacts with Czech state institutions and their representatives and promotes cooperation and bilateral political, economic, and cultural relations. It also provides consular assistance.

In January 2015 the Czech and Slovene Ministry of Culture nominated "The timeless, humanistic architecture of Jože Plečnik in Ljubljana and Prague" for inscription onto the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Vatican City

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The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Vatican City (The Holy See) is responsible also for the Sovereign Military Order of Malta.

Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Washington

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The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Washington, D.C. is the official representative body of the Slovene Government in the United States of America. The embassy is also accredited for United Mexican States. The consular assistance is provided also by the consulates of the Republic of Slovenia in the USA.

The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Washington every year organizes a range of cultural events, indicated in the weekly Embassy's Newsletter. Premises of the embassy include a spacious reception hall, which also serves as a gallery space and a concert room.

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