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The Ljubljana Summer Festival is a festival held between July and August in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia.
It attracts notable opera stars, ballet and theatre performers and also eminent rock and jazz musicians internationally who perform at the festival.
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The Center District, or simply the Center, is a district of the City Municipality of Ljubljana in the centre of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It has an area of about 5 square kilometres (1.9 sq mi).
The Posavje District, or simply Posavje, is a district of the City Municipality of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia.
The Šmarna Gora District, or simply Šmarna Gora, is a district of the City Municipality of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It has been named after Mount Saint Mary, an inselberg in the north of the city of Ljubljana.
The Ljubljana Opera House is an opera house in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. The seat of the national opera and ballet company, the Ljubljana Slovene National Theatre Opera and Ballet, it serves as the national opera building of the country. It stands at 1 Župančič Street between the Slovenian Parliament building, on one hand, and the National Museum and the National Gallery, on the other hand.
Argentina Park is the name of a park in the center of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. Formerly known as Lenin Park, it was renamed in the 1990s to commemorate the friendly relations between Argentina and Slovenia. A part of the park was renamed Park slovenske reformacije in 2000.
Ljubljana Town Hall is the town hall in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, is the seat of the City Municipality of Ljubljana. It is located at Town Square in the city centre close to Ljubljana Cathedral.
Vodnik Square is a town square in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It spans the area from the Dragon Bridge across Pogačar Square to the Triple Bridge.
St. Florian's Church is a Roman Catholic church at Upper Square in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It was completed in 1696. It is a local church that belongs to St. James's Parish.
Philip Mansion is a building in central Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It is located along the river Ljubljanica, at the corner of the Cankar Embankment and Stritar Street, next to the Triple Bridge. On the other side of Stritar Street stands the Kresija Building. The two buildings mark the entry into the town's medieval part under Ljubljana Castle.
The Ljubljana Central Pharmacy, or shortly the Central Pharmacy, is one of the most prominent buildings at Prešeren Square, the central square of the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana. It is also known as Mayer Palace or Prešeren Square 5 Palace(Palača Prešernov trg 5). It houses the city's central pharmacy.
The Courthouse in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, is a 19th-century building in the central district of the city that has for many years served as the seat of various regional courts of law.
Town Square 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. Opposite Town Hall is the Krisper House, where Julija Primic, the inspiration of the Slovene Romantic poet France Prešeren, was born in 1816. The composer Gustav Mahler lived in the house from 1881 to 1882, when he worked as a conductor at the Carniolan Provincial Theatre at Congress Square.
Ljubljana Hippodrome or Stožice Hippodrome, a horse racecourse stadium in the capital of Slovenia, is the main sport venue of this kind in the country. It is only 3 kilometres north from the center of Ljubljana. It was built in 1957. It is the seat of 'Horse Club Ljubljana'.
The Ljubljana Castle Funicular is a funicular railway in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It goes from Krek Square near the Ljubljana Central Market to the Ljubljana Castle. The idea of having a funicular going to the castle dates back to 1897, when then mayor Ivan Hribar wrote to the Austro-Hungarian authorities asking for a lift that would go up to the castle. It was realised on 28 December 2006. The funicular is popular among tourists. It runs between the hours of 10:00 and 21:00 in wintertime, and the hours of 10:00 and 22:00 in summertime, and the full trip lasts 60 seconds.
The Ljubljana Slovene National Theatre Drama, or the Slovene National Theatre Drama in Ljubljana, is the national theatre in Ljubljana, Slovenia, best known for its conservative repertoire, including classical European dramatic texts and selected contemporary non-commercial European and Slovene ones. Its seat is the Ljubljana Drama Theatre to the southeast of the Slovene Museum of Natural History and southwest of the University of Ljubljana, at 1 Erjavec Street. It is an Art Nouveau building originally of the city's German Theatre.
The Križanke Outdoor Theatre is a theatre in Ljubljana, Slovenia, used for summer festivals set up inside the courtyard of the former Monastery of the Holy Cross. It is located at French Revolution Square no. 1.
The International Centre of Graphic Arts in Ljubljana was established in 1986 to give the international Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts - which itself has a longer, uninterrupted tradition from 1955 - its own place. Most of its history the director was Zoran Kržišnik.
The Biennial of Graphic Arts in Ljubljana, founded in 1955, is the world's oldest existing biennial exhibition of contemporary graphic arts. It was published by Zoran Kržišnik on the idea and endeavours of Božidar Jakac. It served from its beginnings as an international artistic event bringing together artists from both sides of the Iron Curtain despite the Cold War. The Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts also recognized and included new art trends and changes in style. At the local level, the Biennial introduced new contemporary art currents to the group of Slovenian graphic artists that became known internationally as the Ljubljana Graphic School. Since 1986, the venue of the Biennal has been the International Center of Graphic Arts Ljubljana.
Rožnik is a hill in the Rožnik District and Šiška District northwest of the Ljubljana city center. Together with Tivoli City Park, it forms Tivoli–Rožnik Hill–Šiška Hill Landscape Park. Extending from Tivoli Park, it is a popular hiking, running, and excursion destination for residents of Ljubljana.
Visitation of Mary Church is a Roman Catholic pilgrimage church under the authority of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Ljubljana, located on Rožnik Hill in Ljubljana, Slovenia.