Cultural heritage

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Visit, observe and take part in the cultural heritage memory institutions – archives, libraries and museums – engaged in recording and preserving the facts and artefacts of Slovenian cultural memory, history and heritage of today and yesteryear.

Franja Partisan Hospital

The Franja Partisan Hospital at Dolenji Novaki near Cerkno is a cluster of functionally-arranged Partisan hospital facilities located in the narrow, barely accessible Pasice Gorge, which is itself a natural attraction. The hospital complex comprises 14 wooden buildings and several small auxiliary facilities which were gradually set up in the period from December 1943 to May 1945.

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Franja Partisan Hospital 2015 barracs Photo Luka Kalan.jpg A view of the reconstructed barracs of the Franja Partisan Hospital in May 2010

CoolTours no 1

Tea Pristolič

In this series, Tea Pristolič brings architecture, design and urban living alive for foreign visitors and local inhabitants. The series comprises 3 sections: in this first section, she looks at urban and alternative tours tied to the cultural life and heritage of Slovenian cities; the second covers unique ways of coming closer to Slovenian architectural treasures; and the third presents online guides to various spaces and environments.

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Metelkova mesto Autonomous Cultural Zone 2008 Photo Ziga Kranjec (13).jpg The Metelkova mesto Autonomous Cultural Zone joins many urban cultural activities and is a stop on numerous tours. Photo: Žiga Kranjec, 2008

Cultural heritage web resources