Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia in central Europe. It attracts many tourists from all over Europe. Visitors are returning because of the quality accommodation (hostel, guesthouse, hotel Ljubljana ), the friendliness of the local historical sites. Impresses the tourists especially a rich cultural and natural heritage and accommodations. The famous museums and galleries in Ljubljana are:
- Castle of Fuzine,
- Tivoli Gallery,
- Museum of the City,
- National Gallery and
- The Architectural Museum of Ljubljana
The castle of Fuzine was established in 1972. The entire museum, with the exception of the Memorial collection, he moved to Fuzine Castle where, after the completion of the renovation of a permanent exhibition of Slovene architecture and urban planning.
The Gallery of Tivoli was established on the basis of the Modern Gallery with 30 years of experience in the organization of the International Biennial of Graphic Art.
The City Museum was established by the city in 1935 and two years later, rising to Palais Auersperg renovated. The collection shows all stages of civilization on the territory of Ljubljana, from prehistory to the migration of peoples and the High Middle Ages.
The National Gallery was founded as a company in 1918. It 'the first exhibition was in 1919. This first exhibition of the Impressionists Slovenes and today has an extensive collection of Slovenian art from the 13th century to the twenties of the 20th century.
Ljubljana is not only a cultural capital, it is much more. The city offers numerous opportunities for active leisure. Roznik and Tivoli are the right choice for a quick getaway in nature.
The beginnings of Tivoli are associated with the generation of the private gardens. The most famous were the Garden of Ausperg below the castle and the garden of the Zois Castle Cekin. The city government at the beginning of the 19th century tried to make as many public parks in Ljubljana. At the end of the 19th Century assumed Vaclav Hejcina, which is strongly influenced by the image of Tivoli. Tivoli has all purchases made its present form under the direction of one of the two world wars, spatial planes produced.
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