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Lutkovno gledališče Jože Pengov +
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Lutkovno gledališče Jože Pengov +
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Located on the outskirts of Ljubljana, this small puppetry theatre was established in 1968 and named after Jože Pengov, one of most eminent Slovene puppetry directors, who worked with Edi Majaron (see also Freyer Theatre Ljubljana). +
Located on the outskirts of Ljubljana, this small puppetry theatre was established in 1968 and named after Jože Pengov, one of most eminent Slovene puppetry directors, who worked with Edi Majaron (see also Freyer Theatre Ljubljana). +
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