Kulturni utrip v sedemdesetih letih 20. stoletja na Kočevskem : kulturna društvena dejavnost v Kočevju
CULTURAL SCENE IN THE KOČEVJE REGION: CULTURAL ACTIVITIES OF SOCIETIES IN KOČEVJE IN THE 1970S
The author of the following article explores the state of the cultural activities in Kočevje as the local centre of a large region in the south of Slovenia in the 1970s. She places an emphasis on the outline of the types of the cultural activities of societies in the Kočevje municipality and their extent as well as significance in the urban environment. The amateur cultural activities in the municipality were extensive, but nevertheless still impeded by numerous problems and circumstances. We have to underline that the Kočevje province has been characterised as „special“ by many historians and other experts, who have dealt with this region very carefully in their works. Namely, the history of the Kočevje region has been closely related and intertwined with the history of the Kočevje Germans, as it was a very nationally mixed province. However, this did not influence the development and shaping of the cultural space in this area after World War II, let alone in the 1970s.
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