Five-year project report Ljubljana - European Green Capital 2016
The brochure sumps up the starting points, methods and development goals of the Rog Centre, a public creative hub planned in the city centre.
Treasures in the middle of the city centre
We are introducing the brochure Treasures in the middle of the city centre – Landscape Park Tivoli, Rožnik and Šiška Hill in which we are presenting characteristics and attractions of the landscape park, under protection since 1984.
Booklet Accessible Ljubljana
Challenges with addictions in Ljubljana
For gender equality in Ljubljana
Ljubljana. For you. 2007-2017
"When in the autumn of 2006 together with my team we drafted a list of 22 projects prior to our first victory at the local elections and then developed a sustainable vision of Ljubljana 2025 at the beginning of 2007, it was hard to imagine that by now, almost 2,000 bigger and smaller projects aimed at improving the quality of living of the residents of Ljubljana would be implemented." Mayor Zoran Janković
A geological tour of Ljubljana
The streets of Ljubljana are a unique geological museum in the open. Most important cultural monuments were built or decorated with natural stone. Ever since the ancient times, natural stone has been used to construct buildings, monuments and fountains. By combining stones of various colours, the prestigious character of buildings is emphasized.
Environment in the City of Ljubljana 2017
Residents of Ljubljana – and the many visitors
to the city – agree that Ljubljana is a city that
meets human needs. It retains the alluring
friendliness of a small town but at the same
time offers everything you would expect from a
capital city: it is the political and cultural heart
of the Slovene nation, an important European
centre of commerce and business, a major
conference and exhibition venue, the centre of
Slovenia's scientific and academic life, and the
country's most important transport hub.
The architect Jože Plečnik will always have a special place in Ljubljana; his vision, cultural mission, and artistic power placed Ljubljana alongside Vienna and Prague, where he began creating his finest works. In this publication, experts examine Jože Plečnik’s creations from various points of view and its importance for Ljubljana’s development, thereby paying tribute to his life’s work.