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He also wrote under the pseudonym Pavle Sedmak. Bevk attended school in Bukovo until and then in KranjKoperand Goriziaand became a teacher in the Slovene Littoral.
His first teaching position was in the village of Orehek. After the war he worked for various newspapers in Ljubljana. In he moved to Gorizia dedicating himself to cultural and political activism in the Slovene Littoralthen under Italian rule.
He was frequently prosecuted by Italian Fascist authorities and interned for his activities.
After the Axis invasion of Yugoslavia in Aprilhe was imprisoned by the Italian occupation authorities due to his public Anti-Fascist stance. Inhe escaped from prison and joined the Slovene Partisans. In he became a member of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts. He died ijca Ljubljana on his 80th birthday.
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Bevk frana writing at the age of sixteen with encouragement from ro influential feminist editor Zofka Kveder. After the experience of World War Ihe came under the influence of Christian expressionism which represented a strong literary and artistic current in interwar Slovenia.
At first, he followed their examples, but later moved to social realism. He became known in kafkaa s with his novels describing the struggle of the Slovene people from the Julian March to maintain their identity against the Fascist Italianization.
The novel was published under a pseudonym by the publishing house Slovenska matica in and soon became a best-seller. Later in his life, Bevk devoted himself largely to children’s literature. He was a very prolific author: The regional library in Nova Gorica is named after him, as well as the central square in the town. In he moved to Gorizia dedicatin It consists of three hamlets: Dolnja vas, Srednja vas, Gornja vas.
Name The name of the settlement is derived from Mount Kojca.
France is both a given name and a French, Czech or Slovene surname. In France, it may derive from an ethnic name for an inhabitant of the country; a variant is Lafrance.
In the Czech Republic, the surname may relate to the word Franc. It may also be an Americanized spelling of the Frznz surname “Franz”. He studied art at the Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts between and He was married to the Zofka Kveder 22 April — 21 November was a writer, playwright, translator and journalist who wrote in Slovene and later in life also in Croatian.
She is considered one of the first Slovene women writers and feminists Kveder was born in Ljubljana and spent most of her childhood in rural Lower Carniola before she was sent to a convent school in Ljubljana. In she found work in Ljubljana.
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In she first moved ocja Trieste and then kqfka Bern where she enrolled in the university, but was unable to support herself financially and headed for Munich and then Prague. Goricacolloquially stara Gorica fanz Gorizia’; German: Bisiacco is a town and comune in northeastern Italy, in the autonomous region of Friuli Venezia Giulia. It is located at the foot of the Julian Alps, bordering Slovenia. It is the capital of the Province of Gorizia and a local center of tourism, industry, and commerce.
Sincea twin town of Nova Gorica has developed on the other side of the modern-day Italian—Slovenian border. Since Maythese three towns are joined in a common trans-border metropolitan zone, adm This is a list of Slovenes and people from Slovenia that are notable.
Artists including performing arts Zvest Apollonio — — painter and graphic artist. Stanislava Brezovar — — ballerina. Matija Jama — — Impressionist painter. Ivana Kobilca — — realist painter. Janez Ravnik born — painter, sculptor, professor of art Lojze Logar — — painter and graphic artist. Pino Mlakar — — ballet dancer and choreographer. Nikolaj Omersa 3 December — 3 December was a Slovene painter and illustrator.
He graduated fdanz the Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts in lit After the war he taught in Ljubljana and was professor at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design from to He graduated in He is known for his paintings, linocuts and other prints, illustrations and murals. This is a list of Slovenian writers. Kirchheim is a tranz town in the Littoral region of Slovenia. It is the seat of the Municipality of Cerkno.
Cerkno is a small but important local cultural center in the traditional Littoral region near Idrija. It is known for the Laufarija carnival, a spring festival with carved wooden masks; for Franja Partisan Hospital Partizanska bolnica Franja ; for a Partisan hospital from World War II; and as a ski resort.
The medieval attestations of the name indicate that the settlement was also once called Cerknica. The name indicates that the place was formerly a church property. Andrej Budal in Andrej Budal 31 October — 7 June was a Slovene language writer, poet, journalist and translator from Italy. Together with France Bevk, Budal was one of the very few Slovene authors which remained in Italy after the Fascist takeover in Due to the policies of Fascist Italianization, he was forced to publish most of his works under various pseudonyms in Slovene journals in the neighbouring Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
In the late s, Budal emerged as a pro He studied at the Ljubljana Academy of Fine Arts and has received numerous awards for his works. He won the Levstik Award in and He is regarded as the greatest writer in the Slovene language, and has sometimes been compared to Franz Kafka and James Joyce.
He was one of the many children of a poor artisan who emigrated to Bosnia shortly after Ivan’s birth. Marjan Amalietti 19 July – was a Slovene architect, also known for his illustrations, comics and caricatures.
He studied architecture at what was then the Technical Faculty of the University of Ljubljana now the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geodesy and graduated in From he also taught at the faculty.
For many years his caricatures were regularly published in the satirical magazine Pavliha. Kafk also illustrated numerous children’s books.
Franja Partisan Hospital on 15 Septemberthree days prior to the hospital’s near destruction in a flood Franja Partisan Hospital Slovene: It was run by the Slovene Partisans from December until kqfka end of the war as part of a broadly organized resistance movement against the Fascist and Nazi occupying forces.
The wounded being treated there were soldiers from both the Allied Powers and the Axis Powers. Although the occupying Wehrmacht forces launched several attempts to find the hospital, it kqfka never discovered. Today it exists as a museum. It has been protected as a cultural monument of national significance. History and overview Numerical plan of hospital buildings before the near destruction: Hut for the wounded; bunker 2. Hut for the wounded; dining room 9.
Hut for the woun The territory is located in the Italian region of Friuli Venezia Giulia, between the town of Cividale del Friuli and the Slovenian border.
Extent The term Slavia Friulana could possibly be used to refer to all Friulian territories with a Slavic presence, including the municipalities of Lusevera, Taipana, Torreano, Resia and the mountainous areas of cranz municipalities of Tarcento, Nimis, Attimis, Faedis, Ouca and Montenars. In the foreground, Miren Castle and the village of Bilje.
It comprises the northern part of the wider traditional region of the Slovenian Littoral Primorska. Geography The region stretches from the Julian Alps Mt. It encompasses kaffka following municipalities from north to south: Slovene minority in Italy Italian: Minoranza slovena in Italia, Slovene: Sloveni in Italia, Slovene: Slovenci v Italiji is the name given to Italian citizens who belong to the autochthonous Slovene ethnic and linguistic minority living in the Italian autonomous region of Friuli — Venezia Giulia.
The vast majority lit members of the Slovene ethnic minority live in the Provinces of Trieste, Gorizia, and Udine. Estimates of their number vary significantly; the official figures show Orehek lies on a slope below Mount Kojca and Jesenica Creek flows through the village. The soil is sandy and marly, and there are tilled fields on very steep slopes, which traditionally necessitated carrying the soil from the last plowed furrow to the top oafka the field.
The authors listed on this page should be limited to those who identify as Catholic authors in some form. This does not mean they are necessarily orthodox in their beliefs. It does mean they frsnz as Catholic in a religious, cultural, or even aesthetic manner. The common denominator is that at least some and preferably the majority of their writing is imbued with a Catholic religious, cultural or aesthetic sensibility. Marij Pregelj 8 August — 18 March was pjca Slovene painter, considered one of the key figures in Slovene painting in the second half of the 20th century.