Maribor

Maribor ( pronunciation German: Marburg an der Drau, Italian: Marburgo) is the second largest city in Slovenia with 95,200 inhabitants as of 2011. Maribor is also the largest city of the traditional region of Lower Styria and the seat of the City Municipality of Maribor.

Maribor is, jointly with Guimarães in Portugal, the 2012 European Capital of Culture. In November 2010, The European Youth Forum announced that Maribor will be the 2013 European Youth Capital.

Read more about Maribor:  History, Climate, Contemporary, Architecture, Tourist Attractions, City Districts, Sport, Notable Natives and Residents

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Slovenian Republic Football League - Winners - Performance By Club
... Ljubljana 5 1949, 1963, 1967, 1968, 1989 Maribor 5 1961, 1976, 1982, 1984, 1986 Enotnost / Odred / Olimpija 4 1947, 1952, 1962, 1987 Mercator Ljubljana 4 1971, 1975, 1978, 1980 Železničar Maribor 4 1937, 1940 ...
Maribor - International Relations - Twin Towns — Sister Cities
... Maribor is twinned with Graz, Austria Greenwich, England, United Kingdom Kraljevo, Serbia Marburg, Germany Osijek, Croatia Pétange, Luxembourg Pueblo, Colorado ...
List Of People From Maribor
... individuals who were born or lived in Maribor Aleš Čeh, football player Eleonore Schoenfeld, cellist Mladen Dolar, philosopher Vekoslav Grmič, Roman Catholic bishop and theologian Jože Humer ... taekwondoist City Municipality of Maribor City neighborhoods Brezje-Dogoše-Zrkovci, Center, Koroška Vrata, Ivan Cankar, Studenci, Magdalena, Tabor ...
Slovenian Republic Football League - Winners
... Primorje Ljubljana 1929–30 Ilirija 1930–31 I SSK Maribor 1931–32 Ilirija 1932–33 I SSK Maribor 1933–34 Ilirija 1934–35 Ilirija 1935–36 SK Ljubljana 1936–37 Železn ...
Martin Pregelj - Career
1995–1999 Koper 1999–2001 Maribor 2001–2003 Sturm Graz 2003–2004 Enosis Neon Paralimni 2004 Koper 2005–2007 Maribor 2007–2009 Interblock 2009 Mura 05 2011–2012 Stojnci 2012 ...