For the purpose of this legal notice, a website (website) is a term that covers all websites at the web address The copyright holder of all works included in the website is the Piran Coastal Galleries (PCG). All rights reserved. The user may use the content for his personal use. Other forms of use (copying, reproduction, distribution, etc.) for commercial purposes are not allowed.

PCG will try to provide users of its website with as accurate and up-to-date information as possible. All content is for informational purposes only. PCG and other natural or legal persons involved in the creation or upgrade of the website are not liable for any damage or loss of profit due to ignorance or inability to use the website. PCG may change the site at any time without prior notice.

Data protection

All data obtained in any way through the website is intended for the exclusive use of OGP and is protected in accordance with the law. OGP does not pass on personal data to third parties. In the event of switching to another website via a link that is not managed by OGP, the user must read the privacy statement of the website in question.


Cookies are small text files that most websites (in addition to websites, emails, online services, advertising and interactive applications) upload to users’ devices (computer, mobile device, etc.) when they visit a particular website and usually contain: the name of the server from which the cookie was sent; the lifespan of the cookie; value – usually a randomly generated unique number. Each time you visit again, the website will obtain information about the loaded cookie and identify the user’s device. The cookie itself does not contain or collect information that would allow the identification of an individual, but if users provide this information to the website themselves, for example by registering, it may link to the data stored in the cookie. If the server reads the cookie together with the web browser, this can help the website to perform more user-friendly services. Only the server that sent the cookie can read and use this cookie.

Types of cookies

Temporary or session cookies

They “live” from the moment the user opens the browser until the moment the session ends and the browser closes. Websites use them to store temporary information, such as items in the shopping cart, for greater security in online banking, and so on. Because such cookies are stored for a shorter period of time, their invasiveness to the user’s privacy may be less.

Persistent or stored cookies

remain saved even when the user closes the browser and ends the session. Websites use them e.g. to store registration information, page language settings, etc., as well as to build user profiles and analyze traffic. Persistent cookies can stay on your computer for days, months or even years. Own cookies (1st party cookies) They are from the website that the user is viewing and can be permanent or temporary. Websites use these cookies to store information that they will use again the next time a user visits that site.

Other cookies (3rd party cookies)

They come from other, partner, sites (which, for example, display ads on the original website or measure traffic). In this way, third parties can collect user data from a variety of websites and use it for a variety of purposes, from advertising and analytics to improving their products.

Which cookies we use

Cookie NameDurationUseSource
moove_gdpr_popup1 yearDisplay of the legal notice to the


We use Google’s YouTube to play videos on the site. Cookies are used to record viewing data, display relevant images, save user settings, etc.

The lifespan of these cookies is up to 10 years.

Cookie nameDurationUse
CONSENT10 yearsCookie to save settings
VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE6 mesecevCookie to save settings
YSCKonec sejethe cookie sets Youtube in “embedded video” mode.

Manage and delete cookies

We will not use cookies to collect your personally identifiable information.

You can change the settings for the use of cookies in the browser you use to view the website.

The procedure for changing and deleting cookies is different for each individual browser. At, a browser-specific procedure for managing cookies is clearly explained.