The Cankar Centre, also known as Cankarjev dom or Cankar Hall, is the largest Slovenian convention, congress and culture center. The building was designed by the architect Edvard Ravnikar and was built at the southern edge of Republic Square in Ljubljana between 1977 and 1982.
The site of the Cathedral was originally occupied by a three-nave Romanic church whose earliest mention dates back to 1262. After the fire of 1361 it was re-vaulted in the Gothic style. When the Ljubljana Diocese was established in 1461, the church underwent several alterations and additions.
The square was used for ceremonial purposes during the Congress of Ljubljana, after which it was named. After the congress, a park was laid out in the center of the square, which soon acquired the name Star Park (Slovene: Park Zvezda, German: Sternallee) due to its layout.
The Dragon Bridge (Slovene: Zmajski most, historically also Zmajev most) is a road bridge located in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It crosses the Ljubljanica River. between Kopitar Street (Kopitarjeva ulica) and Ressel Street (Resljeva cesta), to the north of the Ljubljana Central Market at Vodnik Square.
The Franciscan Church of the Annunciation (Slovene: Frančiškanska cerkev Marijinega oznanjenja or commonly Frančiškanska cerkev) is a Franciscan church located on Prešeren Square in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It is the parish church of Ljubljana - Annunciation Parish. Its red colour is symbolic of the Franciscan monastic order.
Polhograjska Grmada (899m) is one of the highest peaks in the Polhov Gradec Hill Range. Up to the point where the steep final ascent to its rocky top begins, all the routes to Grmada, leading from the directions of the village of Polhov Gradec and the small town of Medvode, ascend gradually and are relatively undemanding.
The Ljubljana Botanical Garden (Slovene: Ljubljanski botanični vrt), officially the University of Ljubljana Botanical Garden (Botanični vrt Univerze v Ljubljani), is the central Slovenian botanical garden, the oldest botanical garden in Southeastern Europe, and one of the oldest cultural, scientific, and educational organisations in Slovenia.
The Ljubljana Castle A mighty medieval fortress, a symbol of the Slovenian capital Ljubljana is an interesting tourist point, the idyllic grounds for long strolls just a glance away from the lively city centre. The Ljubljana castle offers many cultural, historic and entertaining events throughout the year.
Ljubljana Zoo (Slovene: Živalski vrt Ljubljana) is a 19.6-hectare (48-acre) zoo in Ljubljana, Slovenia. It serves as the national zoo of Slovenia and is open year-round. The zoo is situated on the southern slope of the Rožnik Hill, in a natural environment of woods and meadows about a 20-minute walk from the city center.
Metelkova (full name in Slovene: Avtonomni kulturni center Metelkova mesto, "Metelkova City Autonomous Cultural Center", referred to by the acronym AKC) is an autonomous social and cultural centre in the city centre of Ljubljana, Slovenia's capital city.
Mount Saint Mary (Slovene: Šmarna gora, German: Großkahlenberg), originally known as Holm, is an inselberg in the north of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. The mountain is part of the city's Šmarna Gora District. It is the highest hill in the city and a popular hiking destination.
Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova. Maistrova 3, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia +MSUM Venue . By bus | Buses stopping in the vicinity of Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova (+MSUM). Routes 02, 09, 12, 25, 27 – get off at the Friškovec or Friškovec (301011) stops. Route 05 – get off at the Ilirska (501011) or Ilirska (501012) stops.
The National Museum of Contemporary History is housed in the Cekin Mansion, in Tivoli Park, in the centre of Ljubljana. You can get there on foot, by car, by bus or by bike (you can rent a city bike). If you choose the first or the last option, follow the streets that lead from the city centre to the park.
Razstava Živeti z vodo [h2]26.5.-25.11.2018[/h2]MAO na 16. mednarodni razstavi arhitekture La Biennale di Venezia predstavlja projekt, ki odgovarja na vprašanja, kakšen je odnos med vodo in arhitekturo danes ter kako vodo v prihodnosti pripeljati v ospredje sprejemanja odločitev.
Prešeren Square (Slovene: Prešernov trg) is the central square in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It is part of the old town's pedestrian zone and a major meeting point, where festivals, Ljubljana carnival, concerts, sports, political, and protest events take place.
The Robba Fountain (Slovene: Robbov vodnjak), since the first half of the 20th century also known as the Fountain of the Three Carniolan Rivers (Vodnjak treh kranjskih rek), is the fountain that stands in front of Ljubljana Town Hall at Town Square in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia.
The Slovene Ethnographic Museum is the country's foremost ethnological museum responsible for the keeping, preservation, study and comprehension of collections of artefacts related to Slovenian and non-European material, social and spiritual culture. The Museum was founded in 1923, when it separated from the National Museum of Slovenia.
St. James's Parish Church (Slovene: župnijska cerkev sv. Jakoba, šentjakobska cerkev) is a church in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It is dedicated to St. James the Greater. Its name is often incorrectly translated as St. Jacob's because Slovene, like many other languages, uses the same word for both James and Jacob.
St. Peter's Parish Church (Slovene: Župnijska cerkev sv. Petra, Šempetrska cerkev or Šentpetrska cerkev) is a Roman Catholic church in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It is one of the oldest churches in Ljubljana and is the seat of Ljubljana–St. Peter parish.
Cirila in Metoda), commonly known as the Orthodox Church (Slovene: Pravoslavna cerkev, Serbian: Pravoslavna crkva), is an Eastern Orthodox church building located in Trubar Park (Slovene: Trubarjev park), between Bleiweis Street (Bleiweisova cesta) and Prešeren Street (Prešernova cesta), north of the Museum of Modern Art and west of the National Gallery of Slovenia.
• Tivoli Hall Tivoli Hall is a multipurpose indoor sport arena next to the Cekin Mansion. The hockey and basketball games are played in it. • Tivoli Pond Located in the southwestern end of Tivoli City Park in Ljubljana, it is man-made and it was created in 1880. It is home to many native and non-native animal species.
Town Square (Slovene: Mestni trg) is a major square in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. Ljubljana Town Hall is located at the square. In front of Town Hall stands a copy of the Robba Fountain. Near the square, at Cyril and Methodius Square, stands Ljubljana Cathedral.
The Trail of Remembrance and Comradeship (Slovene: Pot spominov in tovarištva, acronym PST), also referred to as the Trail Along the Wire (Pot ob žici), the Trail Around Ljubljana (Pot okoli Ljubljane), or the Green Ring (Zeleni prstan), is a gravel-paved recreational and memorial walkway almost 33 km (21 mi) long and 4 m (13 ft) wide around the city of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia.
The Triple Bridge (Slovene: Tromostovje, in older sources also Tromostje) is a group of three bridges across the Ljubljanica River. It connects the Ljubljana's historical, medieval, town on one bank, and the modern city of Ljubljana, capital of Slovenia, on the other.
Ursuline Church of the Holy Trinity, officially Holy Trinity Parish Church in Ljubljana, also Nun Church, is a parish church in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It is located at Slovene Street, along the western border of Congress Square. It was built between 1718 and 1726 in the Baroque style.
Located inside Ljubljana Castle, this may seem like the forced, awkward marriage of modernity and antiquity, and yeah, it is. But if you're into whizbang, voyeuristic, virtual technology (which apparently the Ljubljana City Council is), then get in there like Mike Teavee.