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Adark Ljubljana


The lights go out in the Nova Gorica’s casino; their gaudy signs remind one of the fleeting dream of an economic boom that never really took off in Slovenia. Even the queues of Italian cars in line to cross the border have dwindled. The economic crisis lands Slovenia in a chaos that has now become political.

The lights go out in the Nova Gorica’s casino; their gaudy signs remind one of the fleeting dream of an economic boom that never really took off in Slovenia. Even the queues of Italian cars in line to cross the border have dwindled. The economic crisis lands Slovenia in a chaos that has now become political.

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