Slovenia's first ten Memory of the World units declared

Ljubljana, 27 October - A Slovenia committee promoting UNESCO's Memory of the World programme has declared the first ten units of great importance to the Slovenian nation and history and the institutions keeping them. Making the National List are pieces of heritage from the mid-13th to mid-20th centuries, with documents of the counts of Cilli being the oldest.

Ljubljana
A copy of the Bible translated by Jurij Dalmatin into Slovenian, and published in 1584, exhibited at a 2017 exhibition at NUK.
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Ljubljana
A facsimile of the Stična Manuscript from the early 15th century, exhibited at a 2004 exhibition at NUK.
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