Slovenski čebelar (Slovenian bee keeper)
is the oldest Slovenian magazine that has been published without interruption - it was launched in 1898 by the Slovenian Beekeepers' Association of Carniola, Styria, Carinthia and the Primorska region
. The latest numbers are published in cooperation with the Slovenian Beekeepers Association
The magazine is designed for beekeepers, as well as for beekeeping and nature lovers and all those who are attracted by the mysterious life of bees.
The central Carinthian library (Koroška osrednja knjižnica) has digitized manuscripts of the Jaka Špicar’s legacy; his manuscripts are kept in the library. Jakob Špicar
was a popular playwright, stage manager and translator. He worked in Jesenice, Radovljica and in the Austrian Carinthia. Besides translating and adopting theatrical texts, he also wrote radio plays – he was among the first to write them in the Slovenian language. His manuscripts
Korotan!, Triglav, Spominska plošča and many others have enriched our virtual collection of manuscripts.
Creative force knows no boundaries, as evidenced by the book Journey through Time
. It is a joint work of Jožica Marn Gerden
and Peter Jandáček
. They live at different parts of the world: one in Australia and the other in the United States. The book was published in Slovenia, in the Slovenian language. The tale was written for young Slovenes living in their homeland and abroad. They wish them all to stay young!