City of Ljubljana publications

  • Statistical Yearbook of Ljubljana 2013

    The Statistical Yearbook of Ljubljana is a publication with a rich tradition as it has been published annually since 1966 and provides comprehensive statistical data on all the main areas of socio-economic activity in Ljubljana. It includes data collected by the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia as well as data from authorities and organizations authorized to collect the data.

  • Strategy for the Development of Social Care in the City of Ljubljana from 2013 to 2020

  • Portrait of a City

    Ljubljana: A Capital City; The History of Ljubljana; The Vision of Ljubljana, A Walking Tour of Ljubljana

  • Portrait of a City - Emona

    A Roman Town between the Northern Adriatic and the Danube; Presentation of the Roman Town; Protecting and Displaying Emona's Heritage in Modern Ljubljana; A Walk along the Traces of Roman Emona

  • For mental health in Ljubljana

    For mental health in Ljubljana

  • Portrait of a City - Fabiani's Ljubljana

    Ljubljana – provincial city of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy; Maks Fabiani and the birth of the modern national capital; Fabiani's heritage – condition and looking ahead, and a walk through Fabiani's Ljubljana

  • Ljubljana: City of literature …

    lj-ml-ang.pdf (pdf, 2.8 MB)

  • Health profile of the city of Ljubljana

    Demographic characteristics of the city of Ljubljana; Population breakdown; Vital index; Households in the City of Ljubljana; The Health Care System In The City Of Ljubljana; Health services in Ljubljana,...

  • Plečnik's Ljubljana

    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.

  • 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.