Posts Tagged Ljubljana

Technical Museum of Slovenia

See on Scoop.it – Slovenian Genealogy Research The main museum collections of the TMS are located in the former Carthusian monastery in Bistra near Vrhnika. In addition to visiting the collections and participating in great many activities organised for children and adults alike, the visitors may enjoy a pleasant rest in a serene natural environment […]

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Museum of Post and Telecommunications

See on Scoop.it – Slovenian Genealogy Research The renovated Museum of Post and Telecommunications, formerly housed in Stara Loka Castle, Škofja Loka, between 1985 and 2008, was opened in Polhov Gradec Castle. The Museum of Post and Communications contains revised and updated exhibitions on the History of Post, the History of Telecommunications, Women Telephonists and […]

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European Heritage Days in Slovenia – 100 years in benefit of heritage

See on Scoop.it – Slovenian Genealogy Research In 1991 Slovenia was along with several other European countries initiating events European Heritage Days – a joint project of the Council of Europe and the European Commission. Knapco‘s insight: European Heritage Days are very popular in all the EU Member States of the European Cultural Convention of […]

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Slovenian Genealogy Society – About Us

See on Scoop.it – Slovenian Genealogy Research Uradna spletna stran Slovenskega rodoslovnega društva Slovenian Genealogy Society was founded in 1994 with the aim to bring together knowledge and experience of genealogists and transmission of values thereby obtained. Functioning of the members of society is nonprofessional. With the unselfish and voluntary work benefits have been generated […]

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L’évolution des frontières de la France

Development of French borders in time scale… For a short period of time (1809-1813) the Illyrian provinces were established with the capital Ljubljana – the nowadays capital of Slovenia. Razvoj meja Francije: za kratek čas (1809-1813) so obstajale Ilirske province z glavnim mestom Ljubljano, današnjo prestolnico Slovenije. Via http://www.youtube.com

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