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Ljubljana, Slovenia

Matic Zorman on where to find a rave and eat dormouse.

MIX IMPERIAL VIENNA with a dash of modern-day green living and the result is Ljubljana. In the heart of Slovenia’s capital sits a military fortress built by the Hapsburgs. Wide avenues boast art nouveau architecture and a robust café culture. Tivoli City Park, engineered by linking two grand estates in the early 1800s, offers access to numerous gardens and trails. It’s also the 3-square-mile centerpiece of Ljubljana’s recent commitment to the environment: Since taking

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