|Birth Day||April 10, 1887|
|Age||132 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Aug 15, 1959 (age 72)|
Slovene poet and dramatist known for his children's plays and his adult-themed poems (i.e., "Alkohol"). The library in his hometown of Trebnje, Slovenia was named in his honor.
He served for eight years in the Austro-Hungarian Army.
His life and works were honored by the establishment of a Pavel Golia Memorial Day, held annually in his hometown.
He was born into a wealthy Slovenian family in the Trebnje muncipality.