Žiga Zois, patron who helped shape Slovenian national identity
Ljubljana, 27 November - Žiga Zois (1747-1819) is hailed as one of the greatest contributors to Slovenian culture. The richest man in Carniola was a generous patron to a group of Renaissance men who left an indelible mark on Slovenian culture and produced works that started shaping the nation's identity.
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