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Travel : Slovenia

Alps, forests, karst and a chunk of Mediterranean coastline, all packed into East Europe's richest country.


Bled and Bohinj [guide]

Two pristine Alpine lakes nestled at the foothills of Mount Triglav.

Shown: Vintgar Gorge, Triglav National Park

Kamnik [guide]

Impossibly cute little suburb of Ljubljana, home to nothing much.

Shown: View of town from Mali grad

Koper [guide]

Slovenia's workaday port on the Adriatic, still known by the Italians as Capodistria.

Shown: Cathedral of the Assumption, Titov trg

Ljubljana [guide]

Slovenia's pint-sized capital.

Shown: Cruising on the Ljubljanica River towards the Triple Bridge

Piran [guide]

Everybody's favorite ex-Venetian town on the coast.

Shown: Tartinijev Trg

Trbovlje [guide]

For those who want to get away from it all (to the bottom of a coal mine, perhaps).

Shown: The local version of a welcome sign

Events and Festivals


Heroes of industrial in concert at Kamfest 2006.  Just don't except much from the pictures, they're all snaps from my mobile.

Shown: Explosion!

All pictures copyright 1996-2006 by Jani Patokallio.

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