Barbara Jaki, the director of the National Gallery started her career in this very institution right after her graduation. In her third mandate as a Director, she had witnessed many changes in which the museum confirmed its status of a … Continue reading
Ljubljana ranks among the top 20 friendliest cities for cyclists in the Copenhagenize Index once again this year. After placing 13th in 2015 and 8th in 2017, this year it is in place 14 of the index, which is compiled … Continue reading
In the year when the world is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, we were fortunate to catch the American astronaut with Slovenian roots Ronald Sega (his grand-parents were born in Loški potok) who recently visited Slovenia.
Slovenia is the eighth family-friendliest country among the developed world, according to the latest UNICEF report. The list of 31 developed countries with available data is topped by Sweden, followed by Norway, Iceland, Estonia and Portugal, while Switzerland, Greece, Cyprus, … Continue reading
The National Theatre Belgrade’s production of Leo Tolstoy’s drama The Power of Darkness, won the audience’s award at the festival hosted by the Ljubljana SNG Drama to pick the first ever Jernej Šugman Award. The accolade, named after late Slovenian … Continue reading
Air France-KLM released a statement announcing that they will be joining the Notre Dame recovery efforts.