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  • Slovenian puppets under one roof

    The Puppet Museum

    At the Ljubljana Castle the Museum of Puppetry has opened its doors, displaying all milestones of the Slovenian puppetry history. More

  • Stop vandalism!

    Stop vandalism!

    The City of Ljubljana is launching a socially responsible campaign against vandalism “Man, take care of your city, you only have one” as a strong message that vandalism is unacceptable and to stress the importance of respecting our common public space. More

  • MGML received the Živa Award

    The Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana received the prestigious Živa Award for leadership at an award ceremony in St. Petersburg. More

  • Highest Awards of the City of Ljubljana

    Honorary Citizens of Ljubljana - Prof. Zora Konjajev, PhD, and Prof. Marko Vrhunec, PhD with Mayor Zoran Janković.

    On 8 May 2015, on the occasion of the City Holiday of Ljubljana, a gala meeting of the City Council of the City of Ljubljana was held at the Ljubljana Castle, at which the highest city recognitions were presented. The title Honorary Citizen of Ljubljana was awarded to Prof. Zora Konjajev, PhD, and Prof. Marko Vrhunec, PhD. More

  • Renovated Slovenska Street

    New image of the Slovenska street.

    Slovenska Street is open again for pedestrians and cyclists from Šubičeva Street to the crossroads with Čopova Street. More

  • Construction begins on the Islamic Cultural Centre

    Mayor Zoran Janković and mufti Nedžad Grabus poured in concrete for the foundation slab of the Islamic Cultural Centre.

    On 6 May 2015, Mayor Zoran Janković and mufti Nedžad Grabus poured in concrete for the foundation slab of the Islamic Cultural Centre. More

  • The 63rd Edition of Ljubljana Festival

    The Ljubljana Festival

    The Ljubljana Festival, one of the more important summer festivals in Europe, will again mark the summer in Ljubljana. It will take place from 28 June to 28 September 2015. More

News
  • Brochure “Access City Award 2015”

    Ljubljana is ever more accessible and friendlier. Our efforts in the area of unhindered access to built environment, public transport, information as well as diverse services and programmes for people with different types of disabilities have also been recognised abroad. We are presenting the brochure Access City Award 2015 published by the European Commission. More

  • Guided tours at the Žale Cemetery

    Within the scope of the Heritage Days of European Cemeteries free guided tours are being offered at the Žale Cemetery between 25 and 31 May 2015. More

  • LJUBA at the Ljubljana Marsh

    Project “People for Marsh – Biodiversity Conservation at the Ljubljana Marsh”, or shorter LJUBA, is under way at the Ljubljana Marshes. More

  • Fewer parking spaces at P+R Dolgi most

    Due to expansion and renovation of the parking lot P+R Dolgi most there will be fewer parking spaces available until 15 September 2015. More

  • The Award of the LGTB-Friendly Certificate

    On 13 May 2015, Mayor Zoran Janković is going to award LGTB-Friendly certificates. The recipients of the certificate are the Home Care Institute Ljubljana, the Public Housing Fund of the City of Ljubljana and the National Institute of Public Health. More

  • Tadeja Čerin, My Doctor 2015

    In the My Doctor campaign the title My Doctor 2015 was awarded to the doctor of family medicine and the head of the adult health care at the Community Health Care Centre Ljubljana Moste Polje, unit Polje, Tadeja Čerin, MD, GP. More

  • Prime Minister of Kosovo at the City Hall

    Mayor Zoran Janković hosted the prime minister of the Republic of Kosovo Dr Isa Mustafa and his delegation at the City Hall on 12 May 2015. More

  • Restoration of damaged paths

    The City of Ljubljana has started repairing damaged paths in the area of Rožnik. Approximately 2500 metres altogether are being restored from park Tivoli (toboggan slide) towards the hill Drenikov vrh and in the area of Hotel Bellevue, the path Pod gozdom. More