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Konzorcij, Slovenija's largest bookstore, children’s section City Bookstore at Gosposka Street in Maribor, 2009 The architect Jože Plečnik moved to a single-storey house at Karunova Street 4 in Ljubljana's Trnovo district in 1921, and extended it with a cylindrical tower in 1924. Plečnik House exterior, renovated in 2015. The renovated complex of the two houses at Karunova Street with the Plečnik Collection in situ, a new permanent exhibition on Jože Plečnik and a study centre, 2015. The main hall auditorium of the Španski borci Culture Centre The Trubar Homestead in Velike Lašče dates back to approximately the time of Primož Trubar's life and was also run by his relatives. Exterior in 2006. Completed in September 1938, inaugurated by Benito Mussolini, the Italian ossuary contains the mortal remains of 7014 identified and unknown Italian soldiers who fell on the Soča Front. Part of the Kobarid Museum's outdoor museum tour The Czech President at the time, Tomáš Masaryk, appointed Slovene architect Jože Plečnik chief architect for the 1920s renovation of the Prague Castle. Recently the Hradčany south gardens have been newly restored according to Plečnik's plans. Poster for Vitrine, a series of visual arts exhibitions held at the outward facing display windows of Centralna postaja. A monumental Church of the Most Sacred Heart of Our Lord, a unique modern church architecture was designed by Slovene architect Jože Plečnik for the Vinohrady district of Prague 1929–1932. The Metlika Commandery, a one-time residence of the knights of the Teutonic Order, now an old people's home. It was built in the early 14th century. A still photograph from the full-length feature film Don’t Wait Till May (1957), Viba Film A view of the the Metlika Commandery, a one-time residence of the knights of the Teutonic Order. Built in the early 14th century, it is now an old people's home. A still photograph from the full-length feature film Happiness on a Lead (1977), Viba Film Joseph Tawadros solo oud performance in the Minorite Church at the Festival Maribor, 2015 Opening of graphic design exhibition Najboljše iz Vojvodine at the City Hall Atria in 2008 … further results