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The European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 in Slovenia

Larger groups of visitors should announce their arrival in advance to the event organizers who will also provide additional information about the visit.

E.g., 03/24/2023

Dobro jejte, da zrastete veliki/Mangiare bene per crescere bene

Al progetto parteciperanno gli alunni della prima classe elementare e sarà destinato ai bambini dalla prima alla quinta classe. L’obiettivo sarà quello di far riflettere gli alunni sull’alimentazione ed offrire loro lo spunto per aprirsi all...

17. Festival lepopisja v Žički kartuziji

Beautiful handwriting has always been a measure of the culture of each individual. Therefore in 2005, the Municipality of Slovenske Konjice organized for the first time a Festival of Beautiful Handwriting. Even today in it's 17th edition, it...

Kakor se streže tako se reže - prehrana na Ribniškem

Slovenia strives to be a well-known culinary destination and when it comes to this the Ribnica area is no exception. During the year when Slovenia is a European Region of Gastronomy, the Musuem of Ribnica is researching the diversity of local flavour...

Čajanka z zdravilno jelko, laneno pletenko in pravljico o kovaču na Luni

We are preparing an event where children will be able to pick the needles of the healing fir tree (Abies alba lat.), Which is especially revered in our institution, as a man from Inner has made a boat out of it over the centuries. oil, and we will pr...

Odprta kuhinja po naše

Some of our students or at least their parents come from different cultural backgrounds, therefore we are going to spend some time getting to know an important part of their heritage – their food. We are going to get familiar with the food they pre...

Od njive do mize - proso v prehrani Prekmurcev

Millet was one of the first cereals grown in Europe. As it symbolises fertility, it was served at weddings, christenings and post burial meals. In Prekmurje, housekeepers used to bake a special flat cake made of millet and cottage cheese – proseni ...