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Slovenian Genealogy

Slovenians are getting older, most of them are men

At the beginning of this year, Slovenia had 15.000 more inhabitants than at the same time last year. Slovenia has a population of almost 2,1 million. There are one and a half per thousand more men. For the first time in more than 160 years, there are more Slovenes than Slovenes. For this period, the Statistical Office of Slovenia has reliable data on the population in Slovenia. Changed ratio [[]

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The church at the crossroads of the three largest language groups

Before the creation of the Brežice Way of God, Sveti Višarje was the central Slovenian pilgrimage shrine. Višarje lies on the only tri-border of the three largest European peoples: Slavs, Romanians and Germans. Friulians, Italians, Austrians and Slovenes have them as their divine path. The twice-demolished Church at the top of the 1789 m high mountain has been rebuilt many times due to numerous accidents. »Veliki mežnar [[]

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Baptism presentation of the book Surname

The first presentation of the book Goriška Mohorjeva about Primorska surnames, which went to the printing house before the beginning of the epidemic, was as part of Večer pod Čavnom in Ajdovščina. The evening was hosted by TV journalist Igor Gošte, who then prepared the TV show Sledi korakov. The show is on YouTube. The book was presented by the author, history professor Tino […]

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The archives have opened. Finally. Partly.

The Slovenian archives last opened their doors in early June. In our neighborhood, this happened in early April (State Archives of Gorizia) or in early May (Croatian State Archives). The Slovenian archives were all waiting for the decision of the Archives of the Republic of Slovenia and the Ministry of Culture, which was coordinated with the National Institute of Public Health. […]

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Memory of Trieste, Slovenian lungs

This year marks the centenary of the burning of the National Home in Trieste. To commemorate this event, the Slovenian Historical Society for Recent and Contemporary History is organizing a table entitled: Memory of Trieste - Slovenian lungs. One hundred years ago, on July 13, 1920, the fascists burned down the Slovenian National Home in Trieste. The reason was the ideology of the inferiority of the Slavic peoples, and [[]