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Thousands Join Campaign to Clean Up Slovenia

Ljubljana, 17 April - Tens of thousands of people donned gloves and filled garbage bags in Slovenia in the biggest clean-up operation the country has ever seen.

Ljubljana
Heavy lifting equipment was used in Ljubljana to pluck a car out of the Ljubljanica River as part of the Clean Up Slovenia day.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Moravske Toplice
Tens of thousands of volunteers have turned up to clean up illegal dumping sites and Slovenia's towns and villages as part of the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: STA

Slovenj Gradec
Tens of thousands of volunteers have turned up to clean up illegal dumping sites and Slovenia's towns and villages as part of the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Vesna Pusnik Brezovnik/STA

Celje
Tens of thousands of volunteers have turned up to clean up illegal dumping sites and Slovenia's towns and villages as part of the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Lili Pusnik/STA

Izola
Tens of thousands of volunteers have turned up to clean up illegal dumping sites and Slovenia's towns and villages as part of the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Lena Dujc/STA

Ljubljana
Tens of thousands of volunteers have turned up to clean up illegal dumping sites and Slovenia's towns and villages as part of the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Kranj
European Environment Commissioner Janez Potocnik was among the volunteers in the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Saso Pipan/STA

Novo mesto
Tens of thousands of volunteers have turned up to clean up illegal dumping sites and Slovenia's towns and villages as part of the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Rasto Bozic/STA

Sveti Anton
Tens of thousands of volunteers have turned up to clean up illegal dumping sites and Slovenia's towns and villages as part of the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Lena Dujc/STA

Slovenj Gradec
Tens of thousands of volunteers have turned up to clean up illegal dumping sites and Slovenia's towns and villages as part of the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Vesna Pusnik Brezovnik/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Borut Pahor helps some of the smallest volunteers in the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Borut Pahor helps some of the smallest volunteers in the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Prime Minister Borut Pahor helps some of the smallest volunteers in the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Ljubljana Mayor Zoran Jankovic helps some of the smallest volunteers in the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
Tens of thousands of volunteers have turned up to clean up illegal dumping sites and Slovenia's towns and villages as part of the Clean Up Slovenia campaign.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Celje
Environment Minister Roko Zarnic (in red) joins the Clean Up Slovenian campaign.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
Environment Minister Roko Zarnic (in red) joins the Clean Up Slovenian campaign.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
Environment Minister Roko Zarnic (in red) joins the Clean Up Slovenian campaign.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

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