Museums in Slovenia
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Museums in Slovenia Bogensperk Castle (Slovene: Grad Bogensperk, German: Schloss Wagensperg) is a 16th-century castle located in the municipality of Šmartno pri Litiji in central Slovenia. It is best known for its association with the 17th-century historian Johann Weikhard von Valvasor.
The castle's first floor also contains a wedding hall and restaurant. The surrounding grounds are a park.
Museums in Slovenia Metlika Castle (Slovene: Grad Metlika or Metliški Grad) is a 15th-century castle located above the old part of the town of Metlika in southeastern Slovenia, very near the Croatian border.
The Museum of Post and Telecommunications (Slovene: Muzej poste in telekomunikacij) is a museum in Slovenia that presents the history of mail and telecommunications in the country and in general. It was established in 1985 and is the oldest communications institution in Slovenia.
It stems from the tradition of the Museum of the Hungarian Crown Post Office, established in Budapest in 1887.
The museum, which until 2008 resided in Skofja Loka, is now housed in Polhov Gradec Castle.
Museums in Slovenia Racji Dvor Manor (Slovene: Dvorec Racji dvor, "Ducks' Court Manor") is an 18th-century manor located on a plain at the western edge of the city of Maribor, Slovenia, at the address of Raski dol 1.
The collections in the new Slovenian Alpine Museum are the result of a long lasting collecting and efforts of individuals and clubs to preserve the memory and love to mountain world and all activities connected with it.
The Slovenian Museum of Natural History (Slovene: Prirodoslovni muzej Slovenije, Latin: Museum Historiae Naturalis Sloveniae) is a Slovenian national museum with natural history, scientific, and educational contents.
It is the oldest cultural and scientific Slovenian institution.
Museums in Slovenia Sneznik Castle (Slovene: Grad Sneznik, German: Schloss Schneberg) is a 13th-century castle located in the southwest part of the Lož Valley near the settlement of Kozarišce in the municipality of Loska Dolina, Slovenia.
Its name is coincidentally identical to a univerbation based on the Slovene word sneg 'snow', but is actually a Slovenized form of the name of the noble house of Schneberg, whose possession it initially was.
Museums in Slovenia Strmol Mansion (Slovene: Dvorec Strmol) is a 15th-century manorhouse located on a low hill above the old town center of Rogatec, Slovenia. It is notable as one of the few castles in Slovenia to have retained a Slovene name throughout its history.
Tolmin museum is public institution which covers the areas of archaeology, ethnology, general history and history of arts at upper Soca Valley region in Slovenia. It is located in the Coronini mansion in Tolmin
Museums in Slovenia Turjak Castle (Slovene: Grad Turjak or Turjaški grad, German: Burg Ursperg, later Burg Auersperg) is a 13th-century castle located above the settlement of Turjak, part of the municipality of Velike Lasce in the Lower Carniola region of Slovenia.
The castle is 20 km SE of Ljubljana and is considered among of the most impressive in the area.
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