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Permanent Show Pays Tribute to Pioneer Playwright

Radovljica, 12 December - Anton Tomaz Linhart (1756-1795), the man credited with bringing the Slovenian language on stage, now has his own permanent exhibition in his hometown of Radovljica. The show opened on Tuesday evening at the Radovljica mansion, which is also home to the famed Museum of Beekeeping.

Radovljica
A permanent exhibition on Anton Tomaz Linhart (1756-1795), a playwright, poet and historian, opens at the Radovljica mansion.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Radovljica
A permanent exhibition on Anton Tomaz Linhart (1756-1795), a playwright, poet and historian, opens at the Radovljica mansion.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Radovljica
A permanent exhibition on Anton Tomaz Linhart (1756-1795), a playwright, poet and historian, opens at the Radovljica mansion.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Radovljica
A permanent exhibition on Anton Tomaz Linhart (1756-1795), a playwright, poet and historian, opens at the Radovljica mansion.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Radovljica
A permanent exhibition on Anton Tomaz Linhart (1756-1795), a playwright, poet and historian, opens at the Radovljica mansion.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Radovljica
A permanent exhibition on Anton Tomaz Linhart (1756-1795), a playwright, poet and historian, opens at the Radovljica mansion.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Radovljica
(left to right) The head of the Museum of Slovenian Theatre, Ivo Svetina, Culture Minister Vasko Simoniti and the head of the Radovljica Museums, Verena Stekar Vidic, at the opening of a permanent exhibition on Anton Tomaz Linhart (1756-1795), a playwright, poet and historian.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Radovljica
The head of the Museum of Slovenian Theatre, Ivo Svetina (left) and Culture Minister Vasko Simoniti at the opening of a permanent exhibition on Anton Tomaz Linhart (1756-1795), a playwright, poet and historian.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Radovljica
Manuscripts by Anton Tomaz Linhart (1756-1795) as a permanent exhibition on this playwright, poet and historian opens at the Radovljica mansion.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Radovljica
A miniature set of a play by Anton Tomaz Linhart (1756-1795) as a permanent exhibition on this playwright, poet and historian opens at the Radovljica mansion.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

Radovljica
The Radovljica mansion, the venue of the permanent exhibition on Anton Tomaz Linhart (1756-1795), a playwright, poet and historian.
Photo: Tinkara Zupan/STA

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