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Hippodrome in Lenart

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Hippodrome in Lenart is part of the Polena recreational field. The hippodorme hosts only one big horse racing event each year, however the recreational field, including the hippodrome, is heavily used for the recreation by the local people.

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A: Christmas time in Lenart, Slovenia

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Christmas time in Lenart, Slovenia

B: Trg osvoboditve, Lenart v Slovenskih goricah

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C: Chapel of Mary help of Christians near Lenart

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Chapel of Mary help of Christians near Lenart

D: Slovenia's largest advent wreath in 2012

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E: Sv. Trojica v Slovenskih goricah

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F: Franciscan church in Maribor

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G: Maribor at Christmas time

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H: Main square in Maribor

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Main square (Glavni trg) is the central square in Maribor, Slovenia. You can see two of the historica...

Main square in Maribor

I: Slomškov square in Maribor

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The square of Anton Martin Slomšek in Maribor. On the square is the bishop church, the bell tower (op...

Slomškov square in Maribor

J: Display of 600 postcards at the Post of Slovenia

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Display of 600 postcards at the Post of Slovenia

Questo panorama è stato scattato in Slovenia, Europe

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Text by Steve Smith.

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