Slovenia's Skocjanske Jame Featured in UNESCO Book
Škocjan, 9 June - NATIONAL/HERITAGE/UNESCO
Over 550 pieces of Slovenia's natural and cultural heritage have been classified on various international natural and cultural heritage lists. In 1986, UNESCO included Slovenia's caves of Skocjan (Skocjanske Jame) in its list of protected property. Moreover, the caves have been included into the first two books in the UNESCO collection 'UNESCO Natural and Cultural Heritage' (South Western Europe, South Eastern Europe), together with some other UNESCO-protected wonders, for instance Greece's Athos Mount, the Acropolis and Delphi, Macedonia's Ohrid, Monte Negro's bay Boka Kotorska and Hungary's Budim. Translated into Slovene and published by the DZS publishing house, the books were presented to journalists on Wednesday.
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