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Reformation's impact on Slovenia lasting

Ljubljana, 30 October - The Protestant Reformation, which started with Martin Luther 500 years ago, may not have created a Protestant society in Slovenia like it did in North Europe, but actions by Protestant reformers established a crucial building block of national identity, which is the reason why Slovenians celebrates Reformation Day on 31 October.

A copy of the Bible translated by Jurij Dalmatin into Slovenian. The book was published in 1584.
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A modernised version of the New Testament, authored by Protestant priest Jurij Dalmatin in 1584. The book was launched as part of celebrations of 500 years of the Reformation earlioer this year.
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