Slovenian Alpine Museum

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The Slovenian Alpine Museum (Slovene: Slovenski planinski muzej), also the Slovenian Mountaineering Museum, is a mountaineering museum in Mojstrana, in the vicinity of Triglav National Park (Julian Alps), in northwestern Slovenia. It was opened on 7 August 2010 by Danilo Türk, the then President of Slovenia. It is operated by the Jesenice Upper Sava Museum. In June 2016, the Swiss King Albert I Memorial Foundation bestowed it the Albert Mountain Award (de) for its important contribution to the sustainable development of the Alpine space.[1]


  1. ^ "Royal Recognition for Slovenian Alpine Museum". MMC RTV Slovenija. 19 June 2016. 

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Coordinates: 46°27′28.76″N 13°56′9.93″E / 46.4579889°N 13.9360917°E / 46.4579889; 13.9360917