News

  • Winners of the Župančič Awards 2018

    In the Švicarija Creative Centre, on 12 June 2018, we presented the Župančič Awards 2018, the highest recognitions of the City of Ljubljana for outstanding creations in the field of art and culture, which are lastingly enriching the cultural treasure chest of the Slovenian capital and are resounding even in the wider national and international area with their excellence.

  • Winning Homey

    The Homey team, with its innovative mobile application which motivates families in a fun way to do their house choirs, won the first prize at the international contest for the best ICT business idea in Lisbon.

  • Wireless internet

    The City of Ljubljana has signed a contract with Telekom Slovenija and the NIL company on a public-private partnership to build and implement the largest wireless network in the region.

  • World Autism Awareness Day

    On 2 April, World Autism Awareness Day, the City of Ljubljana joined the international initiative »Light it up Blue« and lit up the Triple Bridge and the Ljubljana Castle blue.

  • World Autism Awareness Day

    City of Ljubljana joined the international initiative Light it up Blue again this year and highlighted Ljubljana castle blue on the World Autism Awareness Day.

  • World Autism Awareness Day

    On 2 April, World Autism Awareness Day, Ljubljana joined the international initiative »Light it up Blue« and lit up the Ljubljana Castle blue.

  • World book capital 2010

    From 23 April 2010 to 23 April 2011, during the time between two World Book and Copyright Days, Ljubljana will hold UNESCO's World Book Capital title.

  • World book summit 2011

    The World Book Summit is the last major event in the programme of Ljubljana, World Book Capital.

  • World Championship for Rescue Dogs in Ljubljana

    From 18 to 23 September, the IRO 2018 World Championship for Rescue Dogs was held in Ljubljana with 233 rescue dog handlers participating in it.

  • World chess champion at city hall

    Mayor Zoran Janković hosted Laura Unuk, who became the world champion in chess at the World Youth Chess Championship, where she competed against girls up to 16 years of age, on 7 November 2014 at the City Hall.