Kako so na Jesenicah včasih živeli? Šege in navade ob praznovanjih

Milat, Špela Smolej
September 2016
Kronika: casopis za slovensko krajevno zgodovino;2016, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p561
Academic Journal
The paper describes festivities in Jesenice as were once held and how they are remembered by inhabitants of various places in the municipality. In describing life-cycle customs and traditions, it primarily focuses on birth, marriage and death, and in regard to calendar ones on Shrovetide, Easter and the time from Advent to Epiphany. Although customs and traditions associated with the farming cycle seem to disappear at the fastest rate, one can still find a few that are still observed in farming activities. Finally, the paper also describes festive dishes and attire. Within the framework of festivities as are known throughout Slovenia or even beyond, one can also find certain customs and traditions that are typical only of the Gorenjska region or, more specifically, the Jesenice area. Said city has, especially in relation to its six centuries long ironmaking tradition, developed its own unique traditions that are also reflected in certain festivities, characteristic only of the aforementioned city or similar ironmaking centres.


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