Most na Soči sodi med pomembna evropska arheološka najdišča, posebej bogate so najdbe iz železne dobe.
Ostanki rimskega obrambnega sistema Claustra Alpium Iuliarum so največji rimskodobni spomenik na slovenskih tleh.
Kombinat arhitekti gradijo arhitekturo v skladu s trajnostnimi načeli.
Tiskar Janez Rozman je čuvaj črne umetnosti in srednjeveške kulturne dediščine.
Posebnost slovenske kulturne krajine so zidanice, ki zadnja leta odpirajo svoja vrata tudi turistom.
Most na Soči is one of the most important archaeological sites in Europe. Particularly rich are the finds from the Iron Age, also referred to as “Sveta Lucija Culture”, named after the old name of this settlement. Today, the Cultural and Historical Trail runs through the town, which takes visitors through its three-thousand-year history.
Claustra Alpium Iuliarum was an Alpine barrier that protected the late Roman Empire from the barbarians. At its inner borders, the territory of present-day Slovenia was also a part of this defence system. In terms of its importance, it can easily contend with the much more famous Hadrian’s Wall in Britain and the Limes on the Rhine in Germany.
In just over a decade, Kombinat Architects have attained a prominent position on the Slovenian architecture scene. They tread carefully into the environment with their projects, not wanting to destroy the balance as they build. At the same time, they look for a new potential in the space that would allow them to apply their knowledge in original ways.
Printer Janez Rozman, who calls himself the keeper of the black art, is an expert on the history of printing. He has even produced a replica of Gutenberg’s wooden press, which was used by the inventor of the printing press in 1455 to print the first Bible. The reconstruction of the press is now on display at Bled Castle, while, at his home, master Janez has set up a veritable museum of printing.
Slovenia is a wine-producing country divided into three main wine-growing regions. One of them is the Posavje wine-growing area whose specialty are its vineyard cottages, known as zidanice. Most of them can be found in the Dolenjska region. In the recent years, these vineyard cottages have also opened their doors to tourists.