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The Švicarija Art Centre, a former hotel located in Tivoli Park in Ljubljana, reopened its doors in 2017 as a new residency and exhibition venue for visual arts. The renovated exterior of Švicarija Art Centre, a new residency and exhibition venue for visual arts reopened in 2017. National Gallery of Slovenia is housed in a historical building (Narodni dom built at the end of 19th Century) which was later on renovated and enlarged. Ljubljana, 2006. Maribor Puppet Theatre, 2010 Pleterje Charterhouse Monastery Memorial Room at Topolšica, exterior City Bookstore at Gosposka Street in Maribor, 2009 Predjama Castle, 2006 Predjama Castle, 2007 Predjama Castle, 2006 Stolp Photogallery, 2009 A detail of the facade of the historical building Narodni dom in Ljubljana, built at the end of 19th Century. Today the National Gallery of Slovenia. Antonijev rov, the Idrija Mine Museum entrance and birth-house of Slovene engineer Stanko Bloudek Predjama Castle Hall E, popularly called Jurček ("porcini"), was built in five months of the year 1960 (architect Marko Šlajmer); the building is included into the Register of Slovene cultural heritage Ljubljana Puppet Theatre, 2012. At every full hour puppet of Martin Krpan, famous fictional hero in Slovenian literature, and his mare step out of interesting roof turret with a clock, which was put there in 1987. Ljubljana Castle courtyard, venue for performing arts events, exhibition projects and film screenings i.e. Kinodvor Cinema's Film under the Stars during the summertime. Viewing tower in the background, 2012 Škofja Loka, winter 2012 Narodni dom (National House) building by František Škabrout, built in Ljubljana 1894–1896. In 1927 the National Gallery of Slovenia rented some rooms in the building that housed also sport and leisure activities. Postcard, 1910. Birthplace of France Prešeren (pr' Ribču) located in the village of Vrba in the Municipality of Žirovnica. The house where the Slovene poet France Prešeren was born in 1800. The building design is the work of four architectural bureaus which established the Architectural Union for Vitanje (AZZV), the fascinating building of 2500 m² is inspired by Herman Potočnik's plan for the first geostationary space station from 1928. Vitanje, 2012... further results