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Predjama Castle  

Predjama Castle

Shortly in Republika Slovenija

July 30th 2019
From Zagreb I took a bus in the evening towards Ljubljana, Slovenia's capital city. Slovenia is the richest country of the former Yugoslavia (Croatia second). I did not plan this visit ahead and I was happy with my choice, even though I had only 3 days in the country! There was a thunderstorm on the way towards the city. Those who know me well, know that I love thunderstorms, even though I know th ... read more
Europe » Slovenia

Slovenian Flag The Slovene lands were part of the Holy Roman Empire and Austria until 1918 when the Slovenes joined the Serbs and Croats in forming a new multinational state, renamed Yugoslavia in 1929. After World War II, Slovenia became a republic of the renewed ... ... read more
20th August 2019

You visited some really cool places in former Yugoslavia
I haven't really visited Slovenia. We did go to Bratislava for a weekend a few years ago, but that hardly counts. I am not surprised that there are plenty of interesting places to visit though. There is a pretty good chance that we'll go to that region next summer so we'll see if I too get to see Predjama Castle. I really want to see it. /Ake
23rd August 2019

Slovenia is small and pretty. I think you're confusing it with Slovakia, which has Bratislava as capital hahah. Been there too in 2013
24th August 2019

Don't write things on Internet when you are tired
You are right, I mixed up Slovenia and Slovakia with each other. How embarrasing! I was tired when I wrote that. Hopefully that was the reason, not that I'm stupid. Still not surprised that there are plenty of interesting places to visit there. Thanks for writing about a country I apparently can not properly place on a map unless I get help. /Ake
24th August 2019

hahah don't worry. It can easily happen since both countries start with "Slov" and finish with "ia" ;-)

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