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Forum Song Contest #41
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Host Si Maribor, Slovenia
Date July 2, 2012
Entries 41
Winner Nl Netherlands (Rest of the world)
Debuting countries none
Returning countries none
Withdrawing countries none
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The Host City Edit

Maribor is the second-largest city in Slovenia with about 95,500 inhabitants. It is also the largest city of the traditional region of Lower Styria and the seat of the City Municipality of Maribor.

The main park of the city is Maribor City Park, with the City Aquarium and Terrarium, and a wide promenade leading to the Three Ponds (Trije ribniki), containing over 100 local and foreign species of deciduous and coniferous trees.

The city hosts the University of Maribor, established in 1975, and many other schools.

Every June, the two-week Lent Festival (named after the waterfront district called Lent) is held, with hundreds of musical, theatrical and other events. Every year the festival attracts theatre, opera, ballet performers, classical, modern, and jazz musicians and dancers from all over the world, and of course many visitors. There is also mime, magic shows are being held and acrobats perform during the festival.

Maribor is known for wine and culinary specialities of international and Slovene cuisine (mushroom soup with buckwheat mush, tripe, sour soup, sausages with Sauerkraut, cheese dumplings, apple strudel, special cheese cake called gibanica). There are also many popular restaurants with Serbian cuisine. The Vinag Wine Cellar (Vinagova vinska klet), with the area of 20.000 m2 (215.28 sq ft) and the length of 2 km (1 mi), keeps 5,5 millions litres of wine. The house of the oldest grapevine in the world (Hiša stare trte) at Lent grows the world's oldest grapevine, which was in 2004 recorded in Guinness World Records. The grapevine of Žametovka is about 440 years old.

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The VenueEdit

Ljudski vrt stadium is an association football stadium located on the left bank of the river Drava, with a seating capacity of 12,994. It was originally opened in 1952 and renovated in 2008. The stadium is the home ground of football club NK Maribor and is also sometimes used for the national team. Slovenia was a host country of the UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship in 2012, with Ljudski vrt being one of the four venues to host matches.

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The HostsEdit

Peter
Jana
Peter Poles (born February 6, 1978 in Slovenj Gradec) is a Slovenian television personality, responsible for presenting the Slovenian televote results in various editions of Eurovision Song Contest. Poles first filled this role in 2003, returning in 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2017. In 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2015 he was one of two hosts in Slovenian version of show Got talent (Slovenija ima Talent / Slovenia's got talent) the show was broadcast by Slovenian commercial television channel POP TV. In 2015 he got his own TV show similar to once popular German Rudi Carrel Show - Dan najlepših sanj (The day of most beautiful dreams).

Jana Morelj, born 18 February 1983, is a Slovenian TV and radio host. She became known as a co-host on the morning programme on Radio 1, together with Denis Avdić. She is also a weather presenter on commercial television channel Pop-TV.

The ShowEdit

Draw FSC jury Performer Song Place Points
01 Cz Czech Republic Marketa Konvickova & Elis Bye bye 17 53
02 Se Sweden Stiftelsen Vart jag an gar 16 57
03 Cy Cyprus Evdokia Kadi Taxidepse me 31 27
04 De Germany Roman Lob Changes 8 85
05 Fr France Collectif Paris-Africa Les ricochets 10 74
06 Pt Portugal L.No.G Love dove 41 0
07 Nl Sk Rest of the world Ilse Delange Hurricane 1 160
08 Ee Estonia Iiris Weirdo 28 34
09 No Norway Wig Wam Wallstreet 3 129
10 Si Slovenia Muff Naj Sije v Oceh 37 12
11 At Austria Emil Tischbein Die Blume 15 58
12 Ba Bosnia & Herzegovina Laka Macko 14 59
13 Rs Serbia Beauty queens Luda 26 36
14 Ru Russia Polina Gagarina Spectacle is over 2 144
15 Ie Ireland Hush war cry Apparitions 20 49
16 Az Azerbaijan Anar Beyler Oyansin Xeriteler 21 49
17 Br Brazil Banda ie99 ft Gretchen I'm cool 38 7
18 Us USA Linkin Park Skin to bone 6 112
19 Il Israel Alisa Sharp Happy 30 28
20 By Belarus Doom Dance Tell Me 24 38
21 Hr Croatia Huljic & Madre Badessa ft Graso Providenca 11 66
22 Gr Greece Matisse ft Irini Douka Sorry 23 40
23 Mk Macedonia Kristina Arnaudova Samo Ednas 34 24
24 Ua Ukraine Okean Elzy ft Boombox Tse zi Mnoyu 18 49
25 Ca Canada Metric Speed the collapse 5 125
26 Ch Switzerland The Bianca Story Lazy boy 12 61
27 Id Indonesia Pat ft Irang and Vanya Pas kena hatiku 35 21
28 Ro Romania Sophisticated Lemons Strange and Surprising 33 26
29 Ma Morocco Studio 2m Hymne 2012! 39 4
30 Be Belgium Leki Get over 25 38
31 Al Albania Elhaida Dani S'je me 9 77
32 Hu Hungary Unique Ugye Mindig Itt Leszel? 19 49
33 Pl Poland Kora Strefa Ciszy 40 4
34 Dk Denmark Spleen United Days of thunder 13 59
35 Es Spain Mago De Oz El Hombre De La Mirada Triste 36 13
36 Tr Turkey EBRU Mad 7 90
37 Au Australia 360 Child 27 36
38 Bg Bulgaria Deep Zone I Love My DJ 29 31
39 Mx Mexico Nordika Amame 22 43
40 Tw Taiwan Ilid Kaolo My Carefree Life 32 26
41 Gb United Kingdom Gary Barlow & The Commonwealth Band Sing 4 129

The ResultsEdit

Final scoreboard

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The WinnerEdit

Ilse Delange - Hurricane:

Ilse DeLange - Hurricane

Ilse DeLange - Hurricane


Editions of FSC
2009

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Dk 17: JulyHr 18: AugustBe 19: SeptemberHr 20: OctoberAu 21: NovemberDk 22: December

2011
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Us 29: JulyFr 30: AugustEe 31: SeptemberGb 32: OctoberMa 33: NovemberBe 34: December

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2013
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2018
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