Ljubljana, during the 19th century and especially in its final quarter, transformed from being a small provincial center into a modern national capital. At that time new secessionist, art nouveau forms were introduced into the traditional historic architecture of Habsburg monarchy.
The town boundaries expanded and population increased rapidly. The structure of society changed and was marked by the cultural revival. The most important turning point in the development of Ljubljana was the devastating earthquake that struck the town in 1895. Intensive reconstruction began immediately and in the following fifteen years the image of the town changed more than in any previous period.
- Date:19/10/2023 au 19/11/2023
- Time:10:00 - 18:00
- Cost:Gratuit comme toujours :)