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Slovenski etnografski muzej

Etnolog: Nena Židov

The article describes public present giving to children as part of the novel, socialist New

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Slovenia ratified UNESCO's Convention for the Safeguarding the Intangible Cultural Heritage

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Adelma von Vay (1840-1925) was a baroness, who lived in Slovenske Konjice from 1867 onwards.

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The article presents New Year's tree celebrations accompanied by the arrival of Father Frost afte

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The article talks about the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Her

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The article talks about the first decade of the appearance in Slovenia of Grandfather Frost (1948

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The article outlines the activities of museums around the world and in Europe during the covid-19

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The article presents the life and work of the priest Jurij Humar (1819–1890).

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The article presents the use of Palm Sunday bundles in the Slovene countryside.

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Originally, only people were treated with homeopathy, but in the early 19th century its use was s

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The author establishes that many ideas, methods and techniques belonging to alternative medicine,

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The Department of Social Culture was established in the Slovene Ethnographic Museum in the 1970s.

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Baroness Maria Wambolt lived at Hmeljnik Castle near Novo Mesto from 1876 to 1915.

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The article presents new developments in the activities of museums related to social inclusion.

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The article deals with beggars in Slovenia in the second half of the 19 th and early 20 th centur

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The article deals with beggars in Slovenia in the second half of the 19th and early 20th centurie

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The article discusses the presence of Hahnemann's homeopathy in Slovenia from the early 19th cent

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The article introduces us to Zmago Tančič's collection of old picture postcards of Ljubljana, one

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