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Location type: sightAnthony's Shaft Mining MuseumSlovenia

This was the second largest mercury mine in the world and one of the oldest preserved mine complexes in Europe. Mercury can be used to extract silver and gold, therefore the silver and gold-rush motivated mercury mining.

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Location type: sightLjubljana MosqueSlovenia

Slovenia's first mosque is a striking mix of Islamic and modernist architecture. Located in a semi-industrial area of the Slovenian capital, the mosque, which can hold up to 1,400 people, is the heart of the six-building Islamic Cultural Centre.

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Location type: sightHotel - Restaurant - Vinotheque GredičSlovenia

Residence of a Spanish ambassador who brought viticulture to an impoverished region, sparking its transformation into one of the world's best wine regions. Goriška Brda is a cluster of 45 villages spread over 72 square kilometers.

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Location type: sightRailway MuseumSlovenia

This former railway facility is the oldest in Slovenia, and now houses a museum showcasing the history of steam locomotives. The Šiška Railway Vehicle Workshop once housed bustling repair, maintenance, and production workshops.

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Location type: sightUršulinski samostan MekinjeSlovenia

This 14th-century monastery survived Turkish raids, Nazi occupation, and even a stint as a spot to store towels. The story of the monastery began on October 9, 1300, when Seyfrid and Elizabeta Gallenberg donated their land. From that year until 1782, the monastery was in the hands of the Poor Clares and was overseen by the Franciscans.

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Location type: sightStara mestna elektrarna - Elektro LjubljanaSlovenia

A relic from the Industrial Revolution got a second life as a contemporary performing arts space. Parts of the plant were brought back into service in the 1960s, and today it continues to produce a third of the city’s electricity.

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Location type: sightPtuj CastleSlovenia

12th-century hilltop castle with a museum exhibiting historical art, weapons & instruments. It stands on a hill alongside the Drava River overlooking the town.

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Location type: sightFort KlužeSlovenia

A crumbling World War I fort that is reached through a series of concrete tunnels. In order to have sufficient fortifications in the area the construction of, the upper fort, Fort Hermann, began in 1897.

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Location type: sightMuzej Lectar - Gingerbread museumSlovenia

Located in a building that’s been selling lect since 1766, the bakery operates as a living museum where visitors can witness the traditional craft of lectarstvo, or lect-making, up close. Bakers, often clad in folk costumes, use tin and wooden molds to shape the dough into everything from animals and houses to people and bells.

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Location type: sightOld Vine HouseSlovenia

The world's oldest grape-producing vine has survived four centuries of turmoil and even has its own anthem. It was planted more than 400 years ago to make wine when the Turks invaded the city.

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Location type: sightBled CastleSlovenia

In the late 1800s Bled Island and village, located in the middle of glacial Lake Bled, were seen as a health resort by aristocrats from around the world. Today the island and the Assumption of Mary Pilgrimage Church are known to be major tourist attractions. Bled Castle is an iconic landmark because of its location teetering on a cliff overlooking the lake.

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Location type: campRivercamping bledSlovenia

Fantastic place. Easily accessible and everything very clean and well maintained.

€41.00