13 August 2020
  • 13:32 Klet Brda – The cradle of Rebula wine
  • 11:23 Literature among people
  • 10:01 Welcome to Maribor, the city of change!
  • 15:15 Follow the Michelin stars in Slovenia
  • 13:29 HOT TOPICS: Covid-19 Update & Serbian Elections

Klet Brda – The cradle of Rebula wine

Rebula – wine of many faces. Modern for its directness, simplicity, and purity. Popular for carrying a cultural tradition established through centuries of taste history. Internationally appreciated because the best Rebula comes from Brda region. Author:  The Adriatic Journal in cooperation with Klet Brda Photo: Marijan Močivnik Several historical sources state that Rebula or Ribolla […]

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Literature among people

The year 2020 has been a challenging year for many event organizers.  Beletrina has been one of the most ambitious publishers in Slovenia since its beginnings. It offers a superb literary and humanistic literary program and boasts publishing both classics and the most influential contemporary literary voices. Publishing, however, is not Beletrina sole focus. It […]

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Welcome to Maribor, the city of change!

Maribor is Slovenia’s second-biggest city, and the economic and cultural centre of north-eastern Slovenia. The city’s rich roots stretch as far back as the Middle Ages when the city first began to flourish. Also known as “the city of wine,” Maribor is famed for its long winemaking tradition. Its current goals of becoming a booming […]

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Follow the Michelin stars in Slovenia

Slovenia has excellent cuisine and gastronomy, which has been confirmed by numerous awards and accolades, with European Region of Gastronomy 2021 being the latest and most important to date. In June 2020 the most prestigious gastronomic guide Michelin recognized the quality of Slovenian gastronomy and included Slovenia among its new destinations. As the future European […]

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HOT TOPICS: Covid-19 Update & Serbian Elections

Author:  Ana Potočnik The Adriatic Journal team has put together the latest hot topics in the region from the past month. We are bringing you news from business, geopolitics and other stories that caught our eye in the past month and wanted to share it with you. Read it bellow while it’s still hot. COVID-19 […]

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An affordable necessity that became a symbol of the Yugoslav tragedy

In late 1970s Igor Mandić, a Yugoslav writer and literary critic, wrote in an essay featured in his Mythology of Everyday Life that each nation gets the car it can have. And that Yugoslavs deserve the Fičo. He was, of course, referring to Zastava 750.  Author: Martin Pogačar, PhD Fičo was produced by Crvena Zastava […]

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HOT TOPICS: Montenegro and Serbia clash over border opening

The Adriatic Journal team has put together the latest hot topics in the region from the past month. We are bringing you news from business, geopolitics and other stories that caught our eye in the past month and wanted to share it with you. Read it bellow while it’s still hot. Author:  Ana Potočnik Slovenian […]

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The alphabet soup of economic forecasting

Is it an economic forecast or a Spelling bee competition? Hard to tell the difference recently. According to a Bank of America survey of 223 fund managers, only 10% expected “a V-shaped recovery, while 75% forecast prolonged U- or W-shaped recoveries”. This was in mid-May. Earlier in April, Reuters conducted a poll among the world’s […]

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Top Balkan Women – 7/11: Iza Login

Women may not rule the balkans, but they hold some powerful positions Women in power is not what would first cross one’s mind in association with the Balkans – a traditional society where most important functions are still held by men. But change, albeit slow, is taking place and there are some ambitious females in […]

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HOT TOPICS: Croatia’s government forecast the GDP to shrink by 9.4% in 2020

Author:  Ana Potočnik In Croatia spending down by 30% Total number of retail purchases issued in April in Croatia fell by 46% year-on-year, with the total value down by 30%, the national tax authority announced last month. The sharp drop in consumer spending comes amid the coronavirus crisis and lockdowns imposed to contain the spread […]

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