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March 1, 1991 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A flicker of candlelight in the recess of a pale yellow chapel illuminates an alabaster likeness of the Virgin Mary. The 18th-Century shrine is one of hundreds of architectural footprints left on Slovenia by half a millennium of Austrian rule. The red-tiled roofs and arched bell towers of the churches and monasteries that crown the surrounding foothills show the Italian hand that governed by turns with the Hapsburg Empire until World War II.
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March 1, 1991 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A flicker of candlelight in the recess of a pale yellow chapel illuminates an alabaster likeness of the Virgin Mary. The 18th-Century shrine is one of hundreds of architectural footprints left on Slovenia by half a millennium of Austrian rule. The red-tiled roofs and arched bell towers of the churches and monasteries that crown the surrounding foothills show the Italian hand that governed by turns with the Hapsburg Empire until World War II.
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February 25, 1989 | CRAIG LEE
"Art and totalitarianism don't exclude each other." Not your usual rock 'n' roll sentiment. But Laibach, the group that made that proclamation in a 90-page document issued upon its inception in 1980, isn't your usual rock 'n' roll band.
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January 11, 1994 | DANICA KIRKA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The "Big Board" lit up. Traders slipped out of down parkas that covered business suits. A guard stoically took his place by the sliding glass doors. And, at the stroke of 10:02 a.m., the floor leader chimed a brass bell, the traders huddled around the board, the television crews took their positions and spectators in the upper gallery pressed their faces against the glass. Just another Tuesday at the Ljubljana Stock Exchange: Lights! Camera! Capitalism!
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