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  • Prima Toboggan

    On Saturday and Sunday, 23 and 24 July 2016, you are invited to the Congress Square to the free of charge water event with the Prima Toboggan. More

  • Rakova jelša park is expanding

    At the beginning of July 2016, the second phase of the set up of the Rakova jelša city park was concluded, which includes a park, community gardens and a public orchard. More

  • Semi-annual results of the Ljubljana Castle

    The Ljubljana Castle, the main tourist attraction in the city, recorded almost half a million visitors in the first half of the year. By the end of the year it is again expected to have over one million visitors. More

  • Bicycle park Kolopark

    Alongside Celovška Street the bicycle park Kolopark is being set up, an area for play and learning skills with different vehicles from bicycles, kick scooters, skateboards, rollerblades and rollerskates to push cars. More

  • Project UHI concluded

    The City of Ljubljana has successfully concluded the second phase of the UHI project (Urban Heat Island) with a positive control report issued by the company Ernst & Young in Vienna. More

Focus
  • President of Georgia at City Hall

    On 18 July 2016, Mayor Zoran Janković welcomed the President of the Republic of Georgia Giorgi Margvelashvili and his delegation at the City Hall. More

  • Mayor of Belgrade at the City Hall

    On 8 July 2016, the Mayor Zoran Janković hosted the Mayor of Belgrade Dr Siniša Mali at the City Hall, and then they jointly unveiled the Vuk Stefanović Karadžić monument. More

  • Sebastião Salgado: Genesis

    The exhibiton is on display from May 31 to August 31 2016.

    As one of the main cultural projects of the 2016 European Green Capital, the Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana is presenting the momentous exhibition Genesis, a project by the world-renowned photographer Sebastião Salgado. More

  • Save the Bees

    Within the scope of the title Ljubljana, European Green Capital, the Save the Bees exhibition about bees and the beekeeping tradition in Slovenia is on display at the Ljubljana Castle until 25 September 2016. More

  • The MAN campaign continues

    »Man, take care of your city«

    The City of Ljubljana is continuing its socially responsible campaign »Človek, čuvaj svoje mesto« (»Man, take care of your city«). In its focus is calling attention to picking up dog feces and throwing away bubble gum into garbage bins. More