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Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Plečnik’s UNESCO landmarks on view at Ljubljana Castle

By: J.S., STA

An exhibition opened at the Ljubljana Castle gallery to display photographs of Jože Plečnik’s landmarks in Ljubljana that are listed as UNESCO’s World Heritage, the sites as they looked before they were developed by Plečnik, the construction of the buildings and their role in Ljubljana’s urban space.

Entitled Jože Plečnik (1872-1957) it features photographs from the collections of the Museum of Contemporary History, the Slovenian Ethnographic Museum and the Plečnik House.

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