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Ljubljana,

Koncert CECA

Največja zvezda Balkana ponovno v Sloveniji! Koncert Cece

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Ljubljana,

GR EVENTS presents Innocent Music Showcase with Marko Nastić & Joe Montana

GR EVENTS presents Innocent Music Showcase :: BACK TO THE ROOTS :: Saturday, 15.2.2014 :: Gospodarsko Razstavišče

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Ljubljana,

Summer Night

Traditional concert of RTV Slovenia at the 80th anniversary of Jure Robežnik

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Ljubljana,

Exhibition Da Vinci - The Genius

The biggest travelling exhibition in the world about Leonardo da Vinci, which makes you experience the heritage of the greatest genius in the history of mankind.

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Ljubljana,

TEDxLjubljanaSalon

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Ljubljana,

Running Fair »TEČEM«

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Ljubljana,

Bruc 2012

Every year the Student Organisation of the University of Ljubljana (ŠOU v Ljubljani) is organizing the largest freshman party in Slovenia.

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Ljubljana,

Mortadeljada Tour 2012

On Wednesday, 28th of March 2012, Klub Goriških Študentov organized a tradicional student party called Mortadeljada.

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Ljubljana,

Bazaar Sila

SILA is a voluntary, non-governmental, non-political and non-profit organisation. Most of the members are women from over 20 countries, often residing in Slovenia as spouse of businessmen and diplomats.

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Ljubljana,

BEATZ & FREAKZ Concert

The well visited theatre of light and sound, which linked the past to the future in an 8-hour long programme, brought the authentic energy and sounds of large hall rave parties of the 1990’s to the young generation of dancers.

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