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Published 1 year ago, by Verena

Where to start?

The project implementation team Radovljica diStory is in the phase of gathering as much information about the old town of Radovljica, which will be the starting point for further work.

Where to start?

The project implementation team Radovljica diStory is in the phase of gathering as much information about the old town of Radovljica, which will be the starting point for further work. The path itself to them is already part of the project, as in the cooperation with the public. A good starting point for work considering as many contents that have already been published in the popular and scientific literature and on the web. These include in particular:

  • Radovljiški zbornik 1992, Radovljica 1992;
  • Radovljiški zbornik 1995, Radovljica 1995;
  • Cene Avguštin, Radovljica, Kulturni in naravni spomeniki Slovenije. Zbirka vodnikov št. 45, Ljubljana 1983;
  • Nadja Gartner Lenac, Stanovalci Šivčeve hiše od začetka 18. stoletja do leta 1973, Zbirka Naši kraji in ljudje, Muzeji radovljiške občine, Radovljica 2004;
  • Nadja Gartner Lenac, Radovljiške družine v 18. stoletju. Radovljica Mesto,  Zbirka Naši kraji in ljudje, Muzeji radovljiške občine, Radovljica 2007;
  • Stane Adam, Nadja Jere, Jure Sinobad, Stara Radovljica, 2012;
  • Nadja Gartner Lenac, Radovljiške družine v 19. stoletju, Radovljica Mesto,  Zbirka Naši kraji in ljudje, Muzeji radovljiške občine, Radovljica 2013;
  • Linhartovi listi, Online občasnik za domoznanstvo in novice Knjižnice A.T.Linharta Radovljica, (2002–2008);
  • Linhartovi listi. Nova vrsta, od 2009;
  • Radolčan, Prispevki za radovljiško zgodovino in narodopisje (od 2009)

Considering documentary material held by the Radovljica Municipal Museum (old photographs and postcards, field notes and testimonials), it is also a very valuable material that online represents DAR (Digital Archive Radovljica), and more.

We follow the image of the settlement, which began to develop round the parish church and the castle fortress on a narrow promontory above the river Sava to the southwest and above the stream Dol to the northeast. First there was a market place and then with  the defensive walls and a moat surrounded medieval town with houses of craftsmen and traders on both sides of the wide road. The image of the walled city from the 15th and 16th centuries, perfected in the 18th century, is largely preserved to this day. As elsewhere, but also on our site the town stories were in the past (and they are still now)  created by its people. Therefore, the project will also include this and discover how  was the life of  Radovljica in the European space and how  normal and specific are  the stories that colored her image.

 

Verena





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