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Best things to do in Ljubljana

Art Gallery
“Wonderful ambient, recently renovated gallery with some really nice paintings - especially from impressionism. it must be seen!”
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Art Gallery
“Metelkova mesto, an alternative culture centre that developed from a squat in a former army barracks and became one of the best known attractions of Ljubljana, brings together a variety of different artistic practices and events. It is home to a large number of clubs hosting a regular programme of concerts, club nights, and one-off club events featuring underground artists and DJs from around the world. The centre also hosts art performances, exhibitions, and an occasional festival. Running a vibrant daily programme of events, it draws together people on any night of the week. The crowd is mixed, including anyone from students and underground music fans to visitors to Ljubljana and professio”
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History Museum
“In the city center by the Parliament you will find our National Museum, worth a visit. The National Museum of Slovenia displays the earliest musical instrument in the world, a 60,000-year-old Neanderthal flute, dugout canoe from the Ljubljana marsh, Egyptian mummy, the oldest gold artefacts in Slovenia and many other interesting objects. Beside they organise a lot of exhibitions and events, taht attract visitors from all around Slovenia and many turists.”
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Art Gallery
“Museum of Modern Art has a nice permanent collection of Slovenian art of 20th century and also a guest exhibition every 3 months. They also have a nice coffee place in the basement of the gallery. ”
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Museum
“Isn’t it aimzang waht the hmaun mnid is cbapale of seineg? To experience just how much your eyes and brain can be deceived, go check out the fascinating and informative Museum of Illusions. Best enjoyed by groups so you can see each other be transformed, take the family, friends or colleagues for a fun-packed hour or two exploring the museum’s three floors of optical illusions and mind-bending installations. There’s also a games room where you can try your hand at one of their mind-bending puzzles which the museum also sells, so perhaps that’s your gift shopping sorted, too. A word of warning. Consider avoiding the vortex tunnel if you’ve just had lunch or a few drinks.”
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Book Store
“4-5 min away. Moderna galerija houses the national collection of 20th century Slovene art (paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings as well as photography, video and electronic media collections) and a collection of works from the former Yugoslavia. Collections overview is available on this link zbirke.mg-lj.si. The national collection presents the basic stages in the development of the Slovene tradition of modern and contemporary art from the beginning of the 20th century onwards. Moderna galerija does not regard its collections as rigidly separated fields; it rather links and combines them in dynamic ways.”
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Museum
“4-5 minutes away A. Permanent exhibitions: 1. I, We and Others: Images of my World An exhibition dedicated to man and his place in the world 2. Gingerbread making operates with small change Krbavčič’s candle making and gingerbread workshop and store from Ljubljana 3. Between Nature and Culture The treasure house of Slovene and non-European heritage of the everyday and the festive B. Visiting exhibitions: Shamanism of the peoples of Siberia Russian Museum of Ethnography, Saint Petersburg ”
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Art Gallery
“As the name says, a very good place for live music. Almost every day they have small live concerts which really are amazing. ”
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History Museum
“If you needed a reason to visit Tivoli Park, it's here. This fascinating museum inside a wonderful 18th-century mansion presents the history of Slovenia from the period around the start of the First World War until the Slovenian Presidency of the EU in 2008. Using a combination of well presented exhibits including old photographs, clothing and household items the museum charts the often wobbly path of the nation through and between the two world wars and the difficult and truly fascinating post-war communist years. The building alone is worth seeing, being a marvellous combination of original Baroque and the interesting modernist work of the Slovenian architect Jurij Kobe who extension to the museum dates from 1991.”
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Museum
“Its exhibition consists of around 60 hands-on fully interactive exhibits you can freely try out and test yourself.”
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Museum
“It is a museum that is not so well known but has always nice exhibitions Wirth seeing. I am visiting it regularly with my family.”
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Library
“Known to locals by its Slovene acronym NUK, the library was originally established by Empress Maria Theresa in 1774 and moved to its current Plečnik-designed building in 1941. Aside from serving as one of the country's central educational and cultural institutions it's also considered one of the prolific architect's most monumental works, and is a must see for visitors to Ljubljana. Highlights include the somewhat schizophrenic brick and stone façade, the colonnaded central staircase and the massive main reading room. A planned expansion on nearby Zoisova Cesta has been in the works for nearly 20 years, but has been plagued by a host of problems, most notably caused by the discovery of Roman ruins, which is a surprisingly common occurrence in and around the city.”
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Art Gallery
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Well
“parts of the old roman wall of the city Emona (Ljubljana's name in the time of Romans)”
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Library
“Aside from serving as one of the country's central educational and cultural institutions, it's also considered one of the prolific Plečnik's most monumental works, and is a must see for visitors.”
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