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Summer Brings More Flights, Destinations to Ljubljana Airport

As air transport switches to summer schedule today, Slovenia’s main airport brings several changes, such as new routes to Stockholm, Helsinki and Berlin, more flights to Istanbul and Swiss Air as a new airliner. Slovenian flag carrier Adria Airways has added Stockholm to its list of European capitals where it flies from the Letališče Jožeta Pučnika Ljubljana airport, or Ljubljana ...

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    Matthew Perry Talks About Weddings in Slovenia

    Matthew talks about being a big fan of the L.A. Kings hockey team and recalls going to one of the players’ weddings in Slovenia. Source: youtube.com (Jimmy Kimmel Live)

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      20th beekeeping festival at Slovenian club Jadran

      Next Sunday March 15th will see the 20th beekeeping festival at Slovenian club Jadran. Today we spoke to Stanko Starc who tells us about this year’s festival and what visitors will expect to see on the day. Source: http://www.sbs.com.au/

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        Ljubljana Joins Global St. Patrick’s Festivities

        The Slovenian capital Ljubljana will join global festivities of St. Patrick’s Day as two local landmarks, the Ljubljana Castle and the Slovenian Philharmonics building, will be illuminated with green light to celebrate the illustrious Irish holiday. The castle will go green from 12 to 17 March while the Philharmonics building in Kongresni trg square will shine green on Thursday to ...

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          SWICH Wireless Charger by Lutman Design

          The design is as monumental as one can get, compared to other wireless charger designs. »The wireless charger is no novelty on the market, and now it is no longer a stranger to design«  Wireless charging is not anything new or anything special; It is clear that the future will offer cordless electronics and our living space does need this change. Smart watches, Headsets, ...

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            Austrian Experts Help Clear WWII Bomb from Piran

            Slovenian demining experts assisted by members of the Austrian armed forces have cleared the Piran Bay of a 250-kilo bomb from WWII, which was discovered last year but left untouched because it was considered extremely sensitive. The bomb, made in the US, was considered highly explosive because it was originally perceived to have a chemical detonator. However, a second examination, ...

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              An Aussie living in Slovenia compares the pros and cons of life in both countries

              Bernadette Šmon, who is married to noted Australian Slovenian musician Daniel Šmon is now living in Slovenia with her husband and son Luka. She believes that certain aspects of life in Slovenia are indeed better than here in Australia, despite the needless bureacracy and corruption. The same also applies to aspects of life in Australia, that are better here than ...

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