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Kekčeva domačija (Kekec's homestead)
Slovenia

Kekec is Slovenian literary character who appears in the original works of Josip Vandot.

Kekec is brave and clever shepherd boy who experiences many interesting things at the highland pastures. While his flock of sheeps graze peacefully, he walks around and explores the mountain meadows and trails.
Based on the books of Josip Vandot, three movies were made,

Kekec (1951) - the first Slovenian youth (black&white) movie
Good luck, Kekec (Srečno, Kekec - 1963) - Slovenian first color film
Kekec tricks (Kekčeve ukane - 1968)

Apparently some of the movie scenes were filmed at this farm.

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