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Since 2001, Strunjan has held an annual persimmon festival (Slovene: Praznik kakijev) every November. Together with the Vipava Valley and the Gorizia Hills, Strunjan has a favorable microclimate for persimmon cultivation, producing 30% of Slovenia's annual persimmon crop on about 20 hectares.