The Village of Prem, in Slovenia's Brkini Hills.
Category - Slovenia
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A brief lesson in why sometimes it's good to quit while you're ahead
While family and friends coped with record sub-zero temperatures in North America, I spent Ljubljana's first sunny afternoon of the year on a 30km bike ride around the Ljubljana Moors. Temperatures here, not far from the shadows of the southern...
The third straight edition. This resolution is on a roll.
How much is a horse burger in your neighborhood? Here you can get one for 4 EUR, about 5.50 USD.
The premiere of a new daily feature (or, the folly of New Year's resolutions)
From Ljubljana, Slovenia
Team Pussy Riot in training
It's a little dark in parts for which I apologize; it's also a bit heavy on sausages, for which I do not.
A late afternoon panorama of the Slovenian capital.
Six snaps from a small rally in front of Slovenia's national parliament building today to bring attention to the dangerous levels of heavy metal poisoning in the country's cities and towns.
For the book curious among you, and for a quick peek at some of the titles Slovenians are being tempted to buy these days, a few dozen snaps from the 29th Slovenian Book Fair.
Fukushima bluefin tuna is everywhere. Even in central European railroad underpasses.
One of them anyway. It's definitely on the short list.
Today’s daily pic from the Slovenian capital –the 12th straight!– is of a lion I spotted on my way to a bakery this morning, who was trying to hide behind a layer of wayward vines and the shield of a light drizzle.
Today’s pic of the day –the tenth (!) straight in the project’s latest run– is quite likely the goriest poster you’ll find in the Slovenian capital these days: this one announcing the Slovenian National...
Audrey Hepburn in Ljubljana. In vistavizn no less. pic.twitter.com/3pi7jYUbvF — Bob Ramsak (@pirancafe) November 7, 2013 Cool spelling of the names, no? This ninth straight Ljubljana Pic of the Day is a display at Kinodvor, one of the...
That’s what’s been scribbled at one end of this abandoned water polo pool in Ljubljana’s Vič district. This park is only a few blocks from my new apartment, but I only discovered it today. I enjoy old abandoned places like...
LIFFe is the Ljubljana International Film Festival whose 24th edition kicks off today here in the Slovenian capital. I’m armed and ready with 24 tickets* –with a bit of a cushion in the schedule to squeeze in a few more should the...