that Bela krajina’s “Belokranjska Pisanica” Easter egg is one of the most beautiful traditional Easter egg varieties in Slovenia. Another variety is the “Belokranjska Drsanka''
that the “Tri Fare” pilgrimage site in the village of Rosalnice features three churches side by side within the same churchyard wall.
that Bela krajina is home to five different ethnic groups and three religions. The only two Uniate churches in Slovenia are located in Bela krajina.
that the first ice wine to be produced in the territory of former Yugoslavia was produced in Bela krajina.
that the black olm, also known as black proteus is endemic to Bela krajina.
that 13 special protection areas of the Natura 2000 network are in Bela krajina and comprise 40% of its territory. As many as 300 natural values can be found in Bela krajina.
that Jurjevanje in Bela krajina, dating back to 1964, is the oldest folklore festival in Slovenia.