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Video of Gorenjska region Slovenia made from air .If by some misfortune you were only allowed to visit one region of Slovenia, there is no doubt that Gorenjska would be a good choice. There, for example, you can enjoy views of wonderful Lake Bled and Lake Bohinj and the peaks of the Julian Alps and the Kamnik-Savinja Alps, a wide range of outdoor activities in the resort town of Kranjska Gora, and strolls through the beautifully preserved centres of old towns such as Kranj and Škofja Loka. But of course Gorenjska also offers many other pleasures. Triglav, Slovenia's highest mountain, lies at the heart of the Triglav National Park, an area of high, rocky mountains and deep river gorges, karst chasms and sunny Alpine pastures which offers protection to many endemic animal and plant species...
Welcome to the Top10Archive! Located just west of Croatia, south of Austria and sandwiched between Hungary and Italy lies the natural beauty of Slovenia. For this installment, we’re back on the road, making a stop at this European wonder! So get ready for the carnival, prepare the potica, and enjoy these top 10 facts about the land we know as Slovenia. Support us by shopping on Amazon! http://tinyurl.com/njwyzzn 10. Dining in Slovenia 9. A Land of Biological Diversity 8. Slovenia’s Carnival Time! 7. Famous Slovenes 6. Innovators and Inventions of Slovenia 5. Slovenian Attractions and Sites 4. Records Broken in Slovenia 3. Prehistoric Slovenia 2. The Ten-Day War 1. Sports in Slovenia References: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pps93nGKqRk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9U9hvUf42g https...
Meet Jason Blake! He's been living in Slovenia for around 10 years now. He first tasted salt water while living in Slovenia, and still finds it stunning to live in a town which has a castle. Jason lives in Celje and teaches literature at the Faculty or Arts in Ljubljana. We spent the day walking along the Savinja River, jaywalking, gossiping about Slovenians.. and then rain-soaked, we said goodbye. - by Korab Jorgacieski, for Radio Si - 15.10.2014
Slovenia: the chicken-shaped country and the land of very...well...original curse words. And if you ever piss off a Slovenian, this video will make sure you will be ready for battle. Previous video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eePQL... Tweet this video: http://ctt.ec/ZRfYe & give it a THUMBS UP! Join the family & SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/AlexCenta Find Alex: ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/Alex_Centa ►Instagram: https://instagram.com/alexcenta/ ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thealexcenta... ►Tumblr: http://alexcenta.tumblr.com/ ►Snapchat: alexcenta A huge thanks to Neža for helping me with filming and the very cool sound effects of wildlife in the woods at night ;D If you're still reading, make sure to comment: "PISMO this is so funny!" so I'll know who to love the ...
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Meet the bride! Rebecca, maiden name Ehalt, married name Svetina. From Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, now living in Lesce. Came here to follow her roots. Fond of Slovenian honey, tea, liquor and of course slippers. - by Korab Jorgacieski, 23.10.2013
Sheffield Wednesday arrived in Slovenia on Saturday afternoon and swfc.co.uk + all club social media channels will keep supporters up to date with the squad's progress. SWFC official video. Watch more exclusive Sheffield Wednesday videos ad-free at Wednesday Player, The Owls' official online subscription service. Get behind the scenes at Hillsborough with extended match highlights, exclusive interviews and the only place for online audio commentary of every Sheffield Wednesday match - plus lots more! Subscribe to Wednesday Player at the official Sheffield Wednesday website today for just 10p per day! http://www.player.swfc.co.uk/
Natalia Kaloh Vid is a Russian from Moscow who teaches English in Slovenia! She has been living in Maribor for around 17 years already. She says Slovenia is a comfortable place to live in and has no intention of moving away. So what kind of things do Russian immigrants buy at the local Russian shop? Does Natalia prefer the Croatian or the Slovenian coast? Would you like to hear a little Russian? Listen in... - by Korab Jorgacieski, 25.06.2013 - You can also join us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Land-of-Dreams/209819855839296 - by Korab Jorgacieski - 25.06.2014
Slovenia is a country in Central Europe touching the Alps and bordering the Mediterranean. Slovenia borders Italy on the west, the Adriatic Sea on the southwest, Croatia on the south and east, Hungary on the northeast, and Austria on the north. The capital and largest city of Slovenia is Ljubljana. Slovenia covers an area of 20,273 square kilometres and has a population of 2.06 million. Around 40% of Slovenia's land mass is elevated land - mostly in the form of mountains and plateaus - which is located in the interior regions of the country. The highest point of Slovenia is the 2,864 metres (9,396 ft) high Mount Triglav, the lowest point is the Adriatic Sea at sea level. The majority of the population speaks Slovene which is also the country's official language. Other local official langu...
Uchu is a shaman who has fallen in love with a Slovene woman. He was born in Uruguay and after traveling the world for 18 years he now lives in Grosuplje. Uchu says a land of dreams definitely exists. Serving as a link between the spiritual and physical worlds, we touch on Slovenians, the forces of nature, happiness, perfection, the past, future and present and beyond... - by Korab Jorgacieski - 04.06.2014
Slovenia is a country in Central Europe touching the Alps and bordering the Mediterranean. Slovenia borders Italy on the west, the Adriatic Sea on the southwest, Croatia on the south and east, Hungary on the northeast, and Austria on the north. The capital and largest city of Slovenia is Ljubljana. Slovenia covers an area of 20,273 square kilometres and has a population of about 2 million. Around 40% of Slovenia's land mass is elevated land - mostly in the form of mountains and plateaus - which is located in the interior regions of the country. The highest point of Slovenia is the 2,864 metres (9,396 ft) high Mount Triglav, the lowest point is the Adriatic Sea at sea level. The majority of the population speaks Slovenian which is also the country's official language. Other local protected...
Luca Bonetto is an Italian who speaks fluent Slovene, has worked in three different fields in Slovenia, lived in 4 different places in Slovenia, and loves to spend his time at the dining table:) He now lives in Slovenska Bistrica, works in Škofja Loka, and says he can see himself here, although the sunny side of the Alps is not always that sunny! We found him in his home in Slovenska Bistrica. Listen in to what Luca has to say and enjoy the light-hearted conversation... - by Korab Jorgacieski, for Radio Si - 02.04.2014
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Our trip into the world outside ourselves continues in Slovenia. We meet Tina who is one magical gumdrop away from creating her own rainbow-fairy-land. This area of Slovenia is without crime. People don't lock up their bikes and iPhones are left unattended on park benches. Everyone is super helpful and nice even. Even when I was asked to not film in the store they were really shy about asking me to stop. Store policy and all. I had lots of fun in my time here possibly a highlight reel is in order.. yes a highlight reel. Anyway, thanks for the love and I will see you again soon. SUBSCRIBE NEW SHOWS EVERY TUESDAY at noon PST Help Out: https://www.paypal.me/gradualreport Stand Up - meet ups - http://www.gradualreport.com/explained-dannys-comedy-tour/ Instagram: http://www.instagr...
Meet Theo, a citizen of the world, originally from Lyon, who presently lives in Maribor. Not because of work, not because of love! So why did Theo and his American wife decide to give this city a shot? What does it have to offer? After only 8 months here Theo has already opened his own alternative language school and looks forward to the next 8 months, 8 years and maybe even 8 decades... - by Korab Jorgacieski, 26.02.2014
We met up with Thanos Manos, a Greek, living in Slovenia! - by Korab Jorgacieski, for Radio Si Thanos Manos is a Greek who has lived in many European countries. For the last two years he's been living in Slovenia, briefly in Nova Gorica and Maribor. A postdoctoral fellow who plays the bouzouki, loves to cook and says you can't go wrong with Slovenian wine.
Pražen krompir or Kranjska klobasa? What's it like to live on the sunny side of the Alps? What's it like to commute everyday from Bled to Ljubljana? Does Slovenia have a good punk rock scene? A Spaniard, David Heredero Zorzo, who has been living here for more than 3 years, gives his answers to all these questions... - by Korab Jorgacieski - 19.02.2014
Carl von Numers came from Finland to Slovenia around 3 years ago. Today he's ready to leave Slovenia together with his wife and son. He does admit though that Slovenia in part has been a land of dreams. We touched on his experience here, the reasons for leaving and the feelings that go along with it, over a game of pool... - by Korab Jorgacieski - 12.02.2014
This week meet Adele Gray, a British national, born in Bahrain, living in Slovenia. Adele has been travelling and moving all her life, but now it seems she's found a place she can settle down in! Radovljica! So what does Radovljica have to offer? Is Slovenia an easy place to live in? Does it have good ice-cream? Adele will tell you all about it:) - by Korab Jorgacieski, for Radio Si - 17.09.2014 - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Land-of-Dreams/209819855839296
Nikolas from Brisbane, Australia, had his own reasons for coming to Slovenia. And after several visits to the country, six months ago he decided to give it a shot and find out what it's like to actually live in Ljubljana. In this time, he has worked as a farmer, waiter, architect, designer, musician... and although things aren't as easy as one would expect, it's all just part of the adventure! - by Korab Jorgacieski for Radio Si
Love in the modern age -- an age in which anything is possible! Su Ping from China met the man of her dreams via the Internet, although thousands of kilometers away. And after a brief spell together in China, the two now live near Domžale in their new house with their two children. Today Su Ping has her own massage studio and an ambition to become a translator... - by Korab Jorgacieski, for Radio Si
Cooking, cooking and only cooking! That's what Rami Murad, a Palestinian coming from Syria, loves to do! He also loves living in Kamnik and loves the Alps. His three children were born here. Rami hopes to get Slovenian citizenship one day. - by Korab Jorgacieski for Radio Si - 01.05.2013