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The Nova Gorica electoral district is the home district of Borut Pahor, former Prime Minister and current President of Slovenia; it was also the only district in the country where the Social Democrats won the plurality of votes in the 2011 elections.
The cultural magazine Razpotja is published in Nova Gorica.
The first projects were laid out in winter of 1947, and the construction began at the beginning of the following year.In the national elections, conservative parties (especially the Slovenian Democratic Party ) tend to receive better results than in local elections, although remaining behind the left wing forces.Sveta Gora edit Opposite Kostanjevica Hill, north of the town is Sveta Gora (Holy Mountain a peak of 682 m that has attracted pilgrims for 450 years.In the early 1990s, all of the aforementioned older suburbs acquired again the status of independent settlements.However, they lacked a cohesive structure, and were poorly connected.Slovenian Littoral has been traditionally called.Buona la situazione del free, anche se occorre sempre una buona dose di iniziativa e, comunque, mettere mani al portafogli almeno un minimo per la fase del " corteggiamento offrire un drink, magari una cena, ma per fortuna i prezzi sono piuttosto abbordabili da queste.Since 1948, Nova Gorica has replaced Gorizia as the principal urban centre of the.
I più gettonati sono naturalmente i bordelli di confine, a due passi da Trieste, e quelli dei grandi centri come Lubiana e Nova Gorica, città ideali per scopare e fare sesso in club e bordelli, o anche solo per massaggi erotici con happy ending.
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Between the early 1990s and the mid-2000s, the two major political parties in the town were the Social Democrats and the Liberal Democracy of Slovenia, both considered as center-left parties.
This use is also reflected in Slovenian license plates ( GO for Gorica as well as in the name of the local association football club ND Gorica.
The town of Gorizia itself, however, remained under Italian rule.1969 postcard of Nova Gorica The city was formally established as an urban municipality in 1952, incorporating the older settlements of Solkan, Kromberk and Rožna Dolina, which thus became, somewhat reluctantly, suburbs of Nova Gorica.Politics edit The municipality of Nova Gorica is governed by a mayor, elected every 4 years by popular vote, and a City Council of 32 members.However, the origin of the name Gorizia/Gorica itself is Slavic.Kostanjevica Hill edit See also: Kostanjevica Monastery To the south of the town stands Kostanjevica Hill, home to the Church of the Annunciation of Our Lady and a 17th-century Franciscan monastery with rich treasures from the past.5 Contents View of Nova Gorica and Solkan The name Nova Gorica means 'new Gorizia '.The project had the personal backing of Marshal Tito, Yugoslavia's Communist leader.The treaty transferred most of the Slovene -inhabited areas of the Province of Gorizia to Yugoslavia.Nova LT;-, Novä GT; no:va, pl -v f nova.Culture and education edit Nova Gorica hosts one of the three national theatres in Slovenia.The new border cut the city off from its northern and eastern suburbs.
Nova Gorica is a planned town, built according to the principles of modernist architecture after 1947, when the, paris Peace Treaty established a new border between, yugoslavia and Italy, leaving nearby.
The University of Nova Gorica is located in the suburb of Rožna Dolina.