Bela Krajina increasingly popular among tourists despite illegal migration
Črnomelj, 13 October - Bela Krajina, the southeastern-most region of Slovenia, which is one of the main entry points for refugees and migrants crossing illegally into Slovenia, has seen a boost in tourism over the past two years despite fears that the migrants and the wire fence lining the Kolpa river would deter tourists.
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