Vršičpass in Slovenia: Passing on stories off the beaten track

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The Slovenian Vršičpass is extremely popular with motorcyclists and motorists. But anyone who really wants to experience the history and stories about this mountain pass in the Julian Alps is better off on foot – just like a group of young adults at the „Fire in the Alps“ event with CIPRA Slovenia from 8 to 10 August 2019. Listen to this audio report about the event.

The event was realised in cooperation with Living Labs. The two-year project “Living Labs” is follow-up project of “I-LivAlps“ and is co-financed by ERASMUS+, Natum foundation and Ivoclar Vivadent AG.
www.cipra.org/en/livinglabs

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