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The oldest musical instrument in the world, a bird from the bone of a cave bear, found in the Divje babe cave. Thus, our archaeologists discovered the oldest oldest bird in the world, as the radiocarbon analysis showed that it is at least 60,000 years old. The oldest bicycle in the world (5000 years), which was found on the Ljubljana moor. the oldest vine in the world is growing in Slovenia? In the second largest slovenian city of Maribor, the vine grows, a type of velvet black, whose age is estimated at over 400 years! is by far the most successful Slovenian musical group of all genres and ages, the national ensemble of the Avsenik Brothers Avsenik, which sold as many as 31 million records, but also holds the world record in continuous music - over 300 evenings in a row? The Avsenik Brothers are also the most performed European composers! is Idrija, the smaller Slovenian city, boasting the second largest mercury mine in the world?

After 500 years of operation, the mine is slowly closed and converted into a museum that boasts the largest wooden and iron pumping plant in Europe, built in 1792, which pumped water from the areas as much as 238 m below ground.  Beekeeping has always been indispensable in the Slovenian space? In Slovenia, we grow our beekeeper with the world-famous Kranjsko sivko, which is distinguished from its relatives primarily by non-aggressiveness, diligence and diligence. Almost the most famous Slovenian beekeeper Anton Janša has been advising the Austrian court in connection with beekeeping nearly three hundred years ago. Beebella is the only domestic animal that is not domesticated and still behaving as thousands of years ago. Beekeeping was already known in ancient Egypt around 4000 years ago. Kr. About a kilogram of acacia honey requires about 120,000 honeybees, meaning about 4 million flowers! In Slovenia, since the founding in 1580, the world-famous Stud farm Lipica, which is famous for the education of almost aristocratic Lipizzaners, is operating? Characteristics of the adult Lipizzaner are mainly its white color and almost incredible ease of learning. Because of their gallant strides, the Lipicans used to grow primarily for the needs of the castle, and today they represent a world tourist attraction with their dance! that Slovenia is also the land of many caves? The largest cave in Slovenia is with 20 km of caves Postojna Cave, which, by its beauty, is certainly one of the most beautiful caves in the world. The deepest pit is the Cehi 2 cave, which extends 1502 m deep. The steepest, however, is the Vrtiglavica Cave, whose unique depth is 643 m, which is the deepest single inlet in the world! In Slovenia we find the oldest tourist cave in the world - the Vilenica cave offered guided tours already in the 17th century. Due to their natural beauty, the Škocjan Caves have also been included in the list of UNESCO's natural and cultural heritage. Moceril is inhabited in Slovenian caves, better known as the human fish - proteus anguinus, which they named it because of the fading of the human-like color of the skin and the big blind eyes, the adaptations to the eternal topic and the life in the caves? It is the only cave vertebrate in Europe. Once the groundwater has risen about 30 cm, the human fish sank to the surface, the residents tirelessly rebuked them, thinking that they are young dragons! The human fish was also an interesting trade item. It has been insured in Slovenia since 1922. Since 1982, it has been included in the list of rare and endangered animal species that are prohibited from trading. in Slovenia stands the highest industrial chimney in Europe? With this title, the chimney of the thermoelectric power plant in Trbovlje is 362 meters high. With its extraordinary height, they wanted to prevent the pollution of lower air layers and to keep it in the narrow valley in which Trbovlje lies. Napoleon's Illyria, which was built by one of the greatest Slovene architects Jože Plecnik, is located in the city of Ljubljana, at the Square of the French Revolution, in the castle of Napoleon. The ashes of an unknown French soldier, which fell upon the withdrawal of the French army, is built into its base. was there a battle on Slovenian soil, which was a direct cause for the collapse of the Roman Empire to the eastern and western parts? The battle of two hundred thousand army under the leadership of Emperor Theodosius and rival Evgenia took place on the 5th and 6th of September, 394 in the Vipava Valley!  is Slovenia also a land of forests? More than 56% of the surface of Slovenia is covered by forest, which places it among the three most wooded countries in Europe! Slovenia is also exceptional in that, unlike most other countries, the share of forests has been increasing in recent decades. In 1783, the Slovenian mathematician Baron Jurij Vega published a medium-sized logarithm in seven decimal places in Vienna, which in terms of quality and extensiveness exceeded all the previous logarithmic tables? This and all of its later logarithms have been translated into almost all world languages ??and have been used all over the world until the invention of the electronic calculation of logarithms. He also showed his genius in the Austro-Hungarian army, where he was considered the founder of modern ballistics, for which he received the highest military award of Red Maria Theresa at the Slovenec Herman Potocnik soldier and engineer - rocket technician in his book Problem vožnje po vesolju - A rocket engine, which he published in Berlin in 1928, already planned and described the human penetration into space and its existence at that time. In his book, among other things, he described the space station, which I would place it in a geostationary orbit, among others. Because of this book and in its many pervasive ideas, Herman Potocnik is today among the founders of cosmonautics himself! was the composer and the great master of violin Guiseppe Tartini born in 1692 in Piran. in dui eget enim lobortis porta. Nullam quis ligula ut nunc tristique sollicitudin a sit amet enim. In urna odio, convallis quis diam eu, tincidunt fermentum lacus. Nam sit amet risus tincidunt, ultricies urna dapibus, vulputate libero. Nulla pharetra diam mauris, id tempor lectus gravida vel. Maecenas pharetra purus mauris, nec suscipit risus consequat eget. Phasellus pulvinar euismod dui eget tempus. Suspendisse gravida mi ac nunc lacinia aliquet in eget elit. Phasellus in consequat odio, sit amet sodales enim. Maecenas molestie semper turpis, et venenatis quam feugiat gravida. Donec sit amet velit sollicitudin, malesuada sapien quis, tempor lectus.

He created a large opus sonata and concerts, and he was also a renowned pedagogue who established the violin school, which was the most famous school of its kind in the 18th century. During the First World War, an important front line called the Soška front was held over Slovenian territory. On the Soèa front, the troops of many nations of the Balkans and Central and Eastern Europe fought against the Italians on the Austro-Hungarian side! The history of the front consists of 11 Italian offensives and 1 offensive by the central forces! can you also see traces of true dinosaurs in Slovenia? The traces from the early Triassic, presumably about 200 million years old, can be seen at Zalarjev vrh near Idrija. Dinosaurs in the Triassic were smaller, bronzed, long, gentle and extremely fast! that there are four important geographical units on the piccola of 20,000 km2 of Slovenia? In the south-west, a typical Mediterranean landscape can be found in the south-west, and the climate in its hinterland extends to the north-east of the Dinaric karst world with numerous Karst beauties; in the north-west, the typical mountain Alpine world rises steeply, in the north east or in the east the regions of Slovenia already find the geographical and climatic characteristics of the Pannonian Plain! geographical and climate diversity and diversity of Slovenia make it possible for you to pick autumn fruits in the morning, do you dig in the Adriatic Sea in the afternoon, and jump to night skiing? All this is without caution and with the usual means of transport. Slovenia has the highest cliff on the Adriatic? On the Strunjan Peninsula, an 80m high, almost abundant flysch wall rises from the shores of the Adriatic Sea to the summit. Due to its geomorphologic features, the peninsula of Strunjan is also a natural reserve, among which, in its bay, there are phenomena such as, for example, underwater lawn. on the plateau of Karst also produce the world famous Teran wine? They are produced from the Refošk grapes, which has a Slovene Istrian origin. Wine Teran gives its specific characteristics exactly a special karst soil and climate. According to old historical records, Teran was highly appreciated in Roman times, and he was also credited with many healing properties. is Slovenia a country with a strong Catholic tradition? Many of them, due to the many sacral objects, call it the Land of Churches. According to the data of the Roman Catholic Church in Slovenia, there are almost 3000 churches, chapels and other "gods" signs. were the Slovenes a fifth nation in Europe who founded their national park? The Triglav National Park, the only Slovenian national park, was founded in 1924. The park extends over Triglav and covers 83,807 ha of land. In its countless valleys and gorges, the park hides the unspoiled beauty of the Alpine world, Triglav lakes, numerous waterfalls, the only Slovenian glacier and unforgettable views from its many peaks. is one of the most visited tourist resorts in Slovenia Bled? Bled with its many natural and cultural beauties attracts tourists from all over the world. Particularly interesting is the lake with the island, on which stands the church and to which you can come with a typical gondola called Bled, called Pletna. Nearly 100 meters above the lake, there is a castle on the rock, with its roots reaching 1000 years ago. A famous culinary delicacy is a dessert called Bled Cream Slice. in Celje, in the 14th and 15th centuries lived counts, who, at the height of their power as princes, even touched upon the imperial crown of the Roman-German Empire and promised the birth of a new dynasty in this area? Their family connections and alliances ranged extensively from the Ottoman Empire, through Serbian despots to Croatian bans, from the mighty Frankopans to the Polish and Hungarian kings. They possessed enormous wealth both in the land and in money. Ambitiousness and high desires and numerous intrigues that brought them so far were ultimately fatal. The last male descendant of the Celje family was murdered in cold blood in 1456 in Belgrade. is the figure of the witty woman in the Slovene cultural heritage too strong? In fact, Slovenia could, among other things, also be called the Carovnik region! In addition to countless fairy tales and narratives, as well as longer literary works, Slovenians also have many famous local gatherings of witches, the predecessor of the tops above Klek, Slivnica, Grintovec and Rogaška Gora. Carovnice should have a strong influence on weather, harvest, birth, and even fate, after harvest. In recent years, the biggest charity event in Slovenia has been organized at the castle Goricko at the "Night of the Witches", when the venue visits thousands of celebrities and visitors. did the Slovenes have their own brothers, pioneering aviation? Brothers Edward and Pepi Rusjan, after the example of Brother Wright, worked in the field of aviation development in Slovenia. The importance of their work in the field of aviation for further development is immense. Brothers, who worked as a designer, designer and pilot, made their first true flight in 1909 with the famous EDA1. The plane is 60 m overflown at a height of 2 m. Later, Rusjan's brother continued his constructive path in Zagreb and in some other places until Edvard's fatal accident, after which his brother Pepi slowly withdrew from aeronautics. Edvard Rusjan is considered the first Slovenian airliner! was the first Slovene book Catechism written in 1550? During the Reformation period, it was written by the Protestant priest Primož Trubar, who is considered to be the initiator of the Slovenian literary language. For Ljubljana's Slovene language, he chose Ljubljana's urban speech with the praises of the Dolenjska and Gorenjska dialects. although the surface of Slovenia represents less than 0.004% of the total Earth surface, and Slovenians represent only 0.033% of humanity, in Slovenia, as many as 1% of all known living species of living beings on Earth live and more than 2% of continental species, or, of all today's living beings and at least every fifty continental species. Such a large number of species in such a small area places this region among the natural richest areas of Europe and the whole world. Are the Brižinski monuments the oldest preserved record of Slovene, and also the oldest preserved record of a Slavic language? These are three ritual texts with religious contents that were created around 1000. They are kept by the Bavarian Museum in Munich, and in 2004 they were exceptionally presented in Slovenia. is the Slovene Philharmonic, founded in 1701 as Academia Philharmonicorum, one of the oldest music institutions in Europe?

Her cast members were many famous composers such as Haydn, Beethoven and Brahms, while Gustav Mahler was even conductor of her orchestra in 1881/82! is a hayrack slovenian specialty, because it is the most widespread in our country and is found almost everywhere in the countryside? It is intended for drying and harvesting hay and other field crops. Simpler forms of hayracks can be found elsewhere in Europe; double-tied hayracks or "warmers" are the Slovenian sight. In 1821, at the Congress of the Holy Alliance, the most prominent politicians and rulers of Europe gathered in Ljubljana: Prince Metternich, the Austrian imperial couple, the Russian Emperor, the king of Naples and others. The winners of the war against Napoleon gathered at the congress with the task of restoring the balance of forces in Europe, which was demolished by Napoleon's conquests. Ljubljana became the annider of European diplomatic history.

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