Slovenski etnografski muzej
The article describes public present giving to children as part of the novel, socialist New
Slovenia ratified UNESCO's Convention for the Safeguarding the Intangible Cultural Heritage
Adelma von Vay (1840-1925) was a baroness, who lived in Slovenske Konjice from 1867 onwards.
The article presents New Year's tree celebrations accompanied by the arrival of Father Frost afte
The article talks about the first decade of the appearance in Slovenia of Grandfather Frost (1948
The article talks about the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Her
The article outlines the activities of museums around the world and in Europe during the covid-19
The article presents the life and work of the priest Jurij Humar (1819–1890).
The article presents the use of Palm Sunday bundles in the Slovene countryside.
Originally, only people were treated with homeopathy, but in the early 19th century its use was s
The author establishes that many ideas, methods and techniques belonging to alternative medicine,
The Department of Social Culture was established in the Slovene Ethnographic Museum in the 1970s.
Baroness Maria Wambolt lived at Hmeljnik Castle near Novo Mesto from 1876 to 1915.
The article discusses the presence of Hahnemann's homeopathy in Slovenia from the early 19th cent
The article presents the activities related to UNESCO's Convention for the Safeguarding of the In
The article deals with beggars in Slovenia in the second half of the 19 th and early 20 th centur
The article deals with beggars in Slovenia in the second half of the 19th and early 20th centurie
The article presents new developments in the activities of museums related to social inclusion.
The article introduces us to Zmago Tančič's collection of old picture postcards of Ljubljana, one
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