203 images in buildings.
The Metelkova mesto Autonomous Cultural Zone joins many urban cultural activities and is a stop on numerous tours. Photo: Žiga Kranjec, 2008
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.
Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova (MSUM) located in the new museum quarter in Ljubljana, 2014
Moderna galerija (MG), 2010
Rajhenburg Castle courtyard, 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.
The Sergej Mašera Maritime Museum located in the neo-classicist Gabrielli-De Castro Palace in Piran/Pirano
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.
Interior of the Švicarija Art Centre, located in Tivoli Park in Ljubljana, 2017.
Velenje Library, 2006
Football stadium in Maribor, Ofis Arhitekti, 2000
Slovenian Theatre Institute entrance at Mestni trg 17 in Ljubljana old town, 2015
Exterior of Velenje Culture House, 2019.
The main entrance to the Nova Gorica Arts Centre, located in the centre of the town, 2016
A modernist building of the Velenje Regional Gallery, designed in 1971 by Adi Miklavc, thoroughly renovated in 2015
Exterior of Pivka House of Culture, 2020.
University of Nova Gorica, main bulidnig, 2015.
Pečarič Gallery, 2020.
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.
Slovene National Theatre Opera and Ballet Ljubljana at night, 2011
The Snežnik Castle, documented in 1269 when it was owned by the patriarchs of Aquileia,
The fountain sculpture commissioned by the city authorities from Francesco Robba in 1743, was inspired by the Bernini's Piazza Navona fountain and conceived as a Fountain of the Three Rivers of Carniola. In 2006, the original fountain was renovated and moved from the Town Square into the National Gallery of Slovenia.
A historical building Narodni dom built at the end of 19th Century, in which the National Gallery of Slovenia is housed.
A newly-constructed pavilion opened in 2016 houses also a Planica Museum. In the background, on the left side the 'Gorišek Brothers Ski Flying Hill' built in 1969, while the 'Bloudek Giant' is seen on the right-hand side. The latter was finished in 1934, when it also claimed its first world record.
The Žužemberk Castle, nestled in the heart of the town of Žužemberk.
The renovated exterior of Švicarija Art Centre, a new residency and exhibition venue for visual arts reopened in 2017.
Loka Castle and its surroundings, winter 2012
Maribor Public Library unit Rotovž in the centre of the city, 2006
The back entrance of the Gustav Schermbaum's neo-renaissance villa, now housing the Maribor National Liberation Museum
Entrance to Monfort Exhibition Space, 2020.
The building of the former barracks at the museum quarter before renovation, the future home of the Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova, 2009
Exterior of Maribor Regional Museum, 2020.
The building of the Miners' Theatre in Idrija was built in the 1770s, it is considered the oldest theatre building in Slovenia. Its construction was financed from voluntary contributions by the mercury mine employees. In the 20th C. it was turned into a cinema hall, Film Theatre Idrija.
Entrance to Maribor Regional Museum, 2020.
Ljubljana Puppet Theatre, 2012
Loka Castle at night, 2007
The entrance of the Kranj City Library, 2013
A panorama photo of the Kosovel Culture House Sežana, 2014
Laško Public Library exterior, 2006
A beautiful aerial view of Ljubljana Castle and the Old Town Centre, 2008
The interior of the Kranj City Library, 2013
Lavrič Library, Ajdovščina, Vipava branch, 2013
Exterior of Koroška Central Library Dr France Sušnik, Ravne na Koroškem, 2019.
The main entrance to the Kosovel Culture House Sežana, a regional cultural centre, 2014
Lendava Castle, 2009
A view of Ljubljana Castle before the storm, 2012
The so-called Old Counts' Mansion, one of the mansions that host the Celje Regional Museum.
The baroque trompe-l'œil fresque above staircase in the Brežice Castle
Vodnik Homestead, 2006
KUD France Prešeren Arts and Culture Association at night, 2009
Kambič Gallery, 2012
The Granary at Remšak, Šmiklavž 32, Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia, Celje Regional Office
Façade of the Josip Vošnjak Library, Slovenska Bistrica, 2010
The Grm Castle, built in 1586 by Krištof Mordax, combined its residential function with that of defence against the Turkish invaders; it was rebuilt in 1636.
Idrija Mine Museum, 2011
Headquarters of the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage of Slovenia, Celje Regional Office, founded in 1961 in Celje
Viba Film Studio, 2003
The Velenje Library interior, 2012
Facade of the old Cankar's Library Vrhnika, 2011
Celje Central Library, view from the Savinja river bank, 2011
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.
Brežice Library, 2007
The main entrance to Kino Šiška, 2017
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.
The back entrance to Kino Šiška Centre for Urban Culture. Back when Kino Šiška was a cinema, this was where you left the auditorium after the movie ended, 2017.
The exhibition space known as Kamera in Kino Šiška is most often used for exhibitions and lectures, 2017
The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Paris, located in the 16th arrondissement (Passy) that stretches south-west from the Arc the Triomphe to the Bois de Boulogne, Paris.
The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Prague located at the Pod Hradbami 15, Praha 6, one of the most prestigious municipal districts of Prague where more than 60 diplomatic missions take place.
The City Museum of Ljubljana located in the very centre of Ljubljana, 2013
The roof of the Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT), Vitanje, 2012
The Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT) was founded by Miha Turšič, Dragan Živadinov (Delak Institute), Municipality of Vitanje, Delak Institute and Planit Institute. A space for the synthesis of art and science focused on the post-gravity art was opened in Vitanje in 2012.
Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT), described by its founders also as "a living room of Vitanje inhabitants", 2012
Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT), a space for the synthesis of art and science focused on the post-gravity art, Vitanje, 2012
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
The Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT) building design is the work of four architectural bureaus which established the Architectural Union for Vitanje (AZZV): Bevk Perović Arhitekti, Dekleva Gregorič Arhitekti, Ofis Arhitekti, and SADAR + VUGA Architects.
Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT), a space for the synthesis of art and science focused on the post-gravity art, Vitanje, 2012. Since the programme is run by Herman Potočnik Noordung Space Center.
The building in Vitanje, initially the venue of the Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT) programme. Vitanje, 2012
The interior detail of the Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT), Vitanje, 2012
View from the upper floor of the Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT), Vitanje, 2012
One of the study rooms at the Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT), Vitanje, 2012
Birthplace of Hugo Wolf in Slovenj Gradec, facade detail, 2019.
Birthplace of Hugo Wolf in Slovenj Gradec, 2019.
Ministry of Culture, 2009
The National Museum of Contemporary History located at the Cekin Mansion in Park Tivoli, Ljubljana, since 1952. As captured in 2013.