We are lucky enough to still have some primeval forests – a treasure of knowledge and information about natural processes. Through the dimension of time, they teach us about the transience and understanding of harmony of different and diverse time dimensions of ecosystem. Through the dimension of space, they teach us about fighting for survival through adapting, sustaining everything necessary for live, minimal use resources and life in the community of biodiversity. As primeval forests demand tranquillity they are not suitable for mass tourism.
There are 14 primeval forests in Slovenia; together they cover 540 hectares.