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Braccia spalancate, occhi chiusi e viso rivolto verso il cielo. Una ventata di aria calda ci avvolge e in un attimo la nostra mente vola tra i ricordi dellesperienza pi intensa della nostra vita. Il #Marocco ha cambiato la nostra concezione di viaggiare. Per la prima volta abbiamo vissuto una terra per quello che . Lontano dai pregiudizi. NUOVO ARTICOLO SUL BLOG Buona lettura! [Link in BIO] #marocco #volgosocial #istatraveling #travelblog #traveltheworld #globtrotter #worldtraveler #travellife #tourism #trip #travel #traveladdict #travelgram #madeinitaly #istatravel #travelingram #travelphoto #travels #travelling #rsa_social #exploretocreate #bestintravel #natgeotravelpic #natgeotravel #passionpassport #beautifuldestination #vsco_life #lonelyplanet #marocco #morocco

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Comedians historically included the pioneer of Slovene comedy plays Anton Toma Linhart and much later singer-songwriter Frane Milinski (19141988), the socialist period comedian and journalist Tone Fornezzi, the Italian-style comedians Nataa Ti Raljan with her Mona Liza character, Gojmir Lenjak, and Boris Kobal with the characters from the legendary TV Poper Show, and the leading Slovene impersonator Sao Hribar with his Radio Ga-Ga Show. The new generation of comedians include stand up comedians, such as Tin Vodopivec, who co-founded the Punch Festival, the radio host and impersonator Denis Avdi, and The Elephant and a Fruit group.

Slovenia is a natural sports venue, with many Slovenians actively practicing sports. A variety of sports are played in Slovenia on a professional level, with top international successes in handball, basketball, volleyball, association football, ice hockey, rowing, swimming, tennis, boxing and athletics. Prior to World War II, gymnastics and fencing used to be the most popular sports in Slovenia, with champions like Leon tukelj and Miroslav Cerar gaining Olympic medals for Slovenia. Association football gained popularity in the interwar period. After 1945, basketball, handball and volleyball have become popular among Slovenians, and from the mid-1970s onward, winter sports have, as well. Since 1992, Slovenian sportspeople have won 22 Olympic medals, including three gold medals, and 19 Paralympic medals, also with three golds. Individual sports are also very popular in Slovenia, including tennis and mountaineering, which are two of the most widespread sporting activities in Slovenia. Several Slovenian extreme and endurance sportsmen have gained an international reputation, including the mountaineer Toma Humar, the mountain skier Davo Karniar, the ultramaraton swimmer Martin Strel and the ultracyclist Jure Robi. Past and current winter sports Slovenian champions include Alpine skiers, such as Mateja Svet, Bojan Kriaj, and 2014 Olympic Alpine Downhill gold medalist Tina Maze, the cross-country skier Petra Majdi, and ski jumpers, such as Primo Peterka and Peter Prevc. Boxing has gained popularity since Dejan Zavec won the IBF Welterweight World Champion title in 2009. The most successful football club in Slovenia is NK Maribor, which reached the group stages of the UEFA Champions League three times and has won 14 domestic league titles. Since the major international success of the national football team, qualifying for two FIFA World Cups and one UEFA European Football Championship, association football has become increasingly popular, as well. Slovenian past and current football stars include Branko Oblak, Zlatko Zahovi, Samir Handanovi, Jan Oblak, and Kevin Kampl. The national basketball team has qualified for 13 Eurobaskets, including a fourth-place finish in 2009, and three FIBA World Championship appearances. Notable Slovenian basketball players include Goran Dragi, Jure Zdovc, Peter Vilfan, Ivo Daneu and Boris Kristani. Slovenia was the host of European basketball championship in 2013, having previously hosted the final round of 1970 FIBA World Championship. The national ice hockey team has qualified for nine Ice Hockey World Championships. The team also qualified for the 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympics. Ane Kopitar is the most notable Slovene ice hockey player, having helped the Los Angeles Kings to the Stanley Cup Championship in 2012 and 2014. Slovenian national handball team has qualified for eight IHF World Men's Handball Championships, including their third-place finish in the 2017 edition, and for eleven European Men's Handball Championships. They were the hosts of European Championship in 2004, where they finished as runners-up. Slovenia's most prominent handball team, RK Celje, won the EHF Champions League in the 200304 season.