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Brežice Youth Centre

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MC Brežice, short for Brežice Youth Centre, is a public institution in Brežice that organises diverse educational and cultural events, mainly aimed at young people. Established in 1997 by the Municipality of Brežice, the youth centre is located on the premises of a former House of the Yugoslav People’s Army. The centre’s activities include concerts, stage productions, lectures and workshops. The venue also runs a hostel. Location: Brežice

BrivBARnica

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One of the latest additions to Novo mesto’s music scene, BrivBARnica has soon developed into one of the most interesting and popular venues in Novo mesto. Its story began with Barber Room by Edis, one of Slovenia’s most famous barber shops that expanded to include a bar in 2018. The venue occasionally provides refreshments and features numerous weekend concerts. Location: Novo mesto

Bunker - postapocalyptic steampunk bar

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The themed bar is situated in the Slovenian town of Murska Sobota and stuns with its steampunk interiors and wide selection of food and drinks. Its aim is to transport patrons into a fictitious post-apocalyptic future where territories are controlled by clans, and everything around has been destroyed or polluted. They also organise concerts of alternative bands. Location: Murska Sobota

C.M.A.K. Cerkno Youth Centre

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Established in 1997, Cerkno’s alternative youth club aims to engage young people in active and creative leisure activities. In addition to providing support and mentoring programmes, information and facilities for various events, the club offers the use of a darkroom, sound system, computer, the Internet, etc., whilst also assisting other groups and societies with the managing of their projects. Location: Cerkno

Cankarjev dom Ljubljana

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Cankarjev dom bears the name of Ivan Cankar, one of Slovenia’s greatest authors. Designed by architect Edo Ravnikar, the cultural centre was built between 1977 and 1982. The venue’s five halls are named after prominent Slovenian artists: composer Jacobus Gallus (Gallus Hall), playwright Anton Tomaž Linhart (Linhart Hall), poet Srečko Kosovel (Kosovel Hall), writer Bojan Štih (Štih Hall) and actress Duša Počkaj. Location: Ljubljana

Cankarjev dom Vrhnika

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The cultural centre in Vrhnika was built in 1938. It used to include one of Slovenia’s technologically most advanced cinemas. In 1946, the venue was renamed after Ivan Cankar, Vrhnika-born author and playwright. Location: Vrhnika

Casinó Korona-Kranjska Gora

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Casinó Korona’s 200-seat Teater Hall doubles as a venue for conventions, shows, business meetings and other social events. Location: Kranjska Gora.

Casino Perla

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Rising from the “ashes” of the Argonavti Hotel in 1993, Perla Hotel’s accommodation services expanded to provide a rich gambling experience. Undergoing a major renovation in 2001, Perla developed into the biggest gaming and entertainment venue of its kind in Europe. Location: Nova Gorica

Celje National Hall

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A Neo-Renaissance building, the National Hall is situated in the Princes of Celje Square (Trg celjskih knezov). It was built between 1895–1896 following the designs of Czech architect Vladimir Hrasky. During the time of historical Austria (Hapsburg Empire), Celje National Hall was the cultural and social hub of Celje’s bourgeoisie. Location: Celje

Celje Youth Centre

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Celje Youth Centre’s primary objective is to promote new knowledge acquisition and engagement in active leisure activities (film and music festivals, concerts, club and literary evenings, performances, exhibitions, travelogues, themed social events, and culinary and sports programmes). Location: Celje.