Slovenski magazin

Slovenski magazin

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Slovenija ima bogato tradicijo orglarstva in izdelovanja orgel, še danes jih pri nas stoji skoraj 1100. Mestna hiša Ljubljane je eden izmed arhitekturnih biserov prestolnice. Industrijski oblikovalki Nina Mršnik in Nuša Jelenc iz odpadne plastike izdelujeta zanimivo pohištvo. Aleš Erman pa je izdelovalec unikatnih kitar. V oddaji predstavljamo še kraškega ovčarja, edino mednarodno priznano slovensko avtohtono pasmo psov. **** Slovenia has a rich history of organ pipe music and organ pipe making. What sets it apart from other countries is the intertwine between Central European and Mediterranean cultural influences, sometimes even in the same pipe organ. This is a unique Slovenian feature. The Ljubljana Town Hall is one of the architectural gems of the Slovenian capital. The Town Hall was built in late 15th century and got its current look in the early 1700s. Designers Nuša Jelenc and Nina Mršnik have developed a very interesting product, Toasted Furniture. They presented it at the exhibition in Ljubljana Museum of Architecture and Design. The basic material for their furniture is recycled, melted waste plastic, an innovative approach with a very important ecological dimension at the same time. The Pokljuka Plateau is the largest uninterrupted forest area within the Triglav National Park. Some of the trees growing in these extensive woods produce a top-quality resonant wood, which is used for musical instruments. The Pokljuka resonant wood, especially from firs which grow very slowly, is also used by Aleš Erman, a guitar maker. The Karst Shepherd is the only internationally recognised Slovenian indigenous dog breed. Karst shepherds were originally shepherd dogs for protecting herds from wolves. Their herding role was lost with the decline of small cattle breeding in the first half of the last century. They are now mainly family dogs. Nevertheless, they are gradually resuming their original role as shepherd dogs.

Slovenski magazin

Slovenski magazin

Slovenija ima bogato tradicijo orglarstva in izdelovanja orgel, še danes jih pri nas stoji skoraj 1100. Mestna hiša Ljubljane je eden izmed arhitekturnih biserov prestolnice. Industrijski oblikovalki Nina Mršnik in Nuša Jelenc iz odpadne plastike izdelujeta zanimivo pohištvo. Aleš Erman pa je izdelovalec unikatnih kitar. V oddaji predstavljamo še kraškega ovčarja, edino mednarodno priznano slovensko avtohtono pasmo psov. **** Slovenia has a rich history of organ pipe music and organ pipe making. What sets it apart from other countries is the intertwine between Central European and Mediterranean cultural influences, sometimes even in the same pipe organ. This is a unique Slovenian feature. The Ljubljana Town Hall is one of the architectural gems of the Slovenian capital. The Town Hall was built in late 15th century and got its current look in the early 1700s. Designers Nuša Jelenc and Nina Mršnik have developed a very interesting product, Toasted Furniture. They presented it at the exhibition in Ljubljana Museum of Architecture and Design. The basic material for their furniture is recycled, melted waste plastic, an innovative approach with a very important ecological dimension at the same time. The Pokljuka Plateau is the largest uninterrupted forest area within the Triglav National Park. Some of the trees growing in these extensive woods produce a top-quality resonant wood, which is used for musical instruments. The Pokljuka resonant wood, especially from firs which grow very slowly, is also used by Aleš Erman, a guitar maker. The Karst Shepherd is the only internationally recognised Slovenian indigenous dog breed. Karst shepherds were originally shepherd dogs for protecting herds from wolves. Their herding role was lost with the decline of small cattle breeding in the first half of the last century. They are now mainly family dogs. Nevertheless, they are gradually resuming their original role as shepherd dogs.