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SIGIC, Slovene Music Information Centre

Established in 2004 as a public association by the Ministry of Culture and the former Ministry of Information Society, SIGIC, the Slovene Music Information Centre, has become a central information hub for the promotion of Slovene music, musicians and music heritage in Slovenia and internationally. It facilitates access to a wide range of information relating to various genres of music, developing its online services (including a database and events calendar at Sigic.si and magazine Odzven.si) (since 2011) and cooperating closely with various institutions and NGOs engaged in the music sector.

SIGIC launched the MOMUS, Monumenta musica Slovenica, a portal that features music monuments and sites round Slovenia, in 2018, and the Musicslovenia.si website for international cooperation and promotion of music from Slovenia in 2019.

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Triglav National Park

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Named after Mount Triglav, Triglav National Park (TNP) is Slovenia's only national park. Mount Triglav, the highest mountain in the heart of the park and also the highest summit in Slovenia (2864 metres), is also a national symbol which can be found in Slovenia's coat of arms and on its flag. Triglav National Park is managed by the Triglav National Park Public Institute, based in Bled, which operates under the Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning.

Triglav National Park extends along the Italian border and near to the Austrian border in the northwest of Slovenia, that is, in the southeastern section of the Alps. The park's territory is nearly identical with that occupied by the Eastern Julian Alps. The park covers 83,807 ha, or 4% of the territory of Slovenia. It is relished for its pristine nature with beautiful trekking paths into the high mountains, glacier lakes, cosy lodges and shelters and a lot of historic ethnographical and natural monuments. TNP was among the earliest European parks; the first protection by law dates back to 1924 when the Alpine Conservation Park was founded, but the first serious idea for protection came from seismologist and natural scientist Albin Belar already in 1908.

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