Until recently, it was believed that the high mountain world was rarely fertile until the Middle Ages. With systematic archaeological research, new evidence is presented about the presence of man in the Bohinj mountains and the rest of Slovenia’s high mountains. At Vogel it was already 3000 years ago a bronze-old shelter, and probably from the Roman time onwards also iron ore was dug there. The lecture will be enriched with a smaller exhibition of materials. Lecture will be contucted by Mija Ogrin, an archaeologist and museum worker.