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200 Years - Botanic Gardens in Ljubljana / 200 Let Botaničnega Vrta v Ljubljani

Jože Bavcon(Author), Helena Smolej(Author), Henrik Ciglič(Author), Andrej Martinčič(Author), Ciril Mlinar(Author) et al
194 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour illustrations, 2 fold-out colour maps
200 Years - Botanic Gardens in Ljubljana / 200 Let Botaničnega Vrta v Ljubljani
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  • 200 Years - Botanic Gardens in Ljubljana / 200 Let Botaničnega Vrta v Ljubljani ISBN: 9789616822008 Paperback Jan 2010 In stock
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Language: Multilingual in English, Slovene, French, Italian, and German

200 Years - Botanic Gardens in Ljubljana deals with the history of the Ljubljana Botanic Garden. It brings to light some newly discovered archive documents. It provides a closer examination and comparison of Paulin's and Voss's assessments of the Garden for the period after F. Hladnik (1834) till the arrival of A. Paulin (1886), which are further compared with the so far undisclosed archive documents on the relevant Garden period. These comparisons reveal that the Botanic Garden has never failed to maintain continuity of work such as expected in a botanic garden. The final part covers the Botanic Garden in the recent times.

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Jože Bavcon(Author), Helena Smolej(Author), Henrik Ciglič(Author), Andrej Martinčič(Author), Ciril Mlinar(Author) et al
194 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour illustrations, 2 fold-out colour maps
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