Republic Square, Ljubljana

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Republic Square or Square of the Republic (Slovene: Trg republike), at first named Revolution Square, is the largest square in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It was designed in the second half of the 20th century by Edvard Ravnikar. Independence of Slovenia was declared here on 26 June 1991. The National Assembly Building stands at its northern side and Cankar Hall at the southern side.
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  • The square was the moment of visiting really quiet. Unfortunately there is not much information around. The view was OK  more »
  • The square houses the main parliament building on one side and on the other, one of the first office towers built in the country. Some sculptors in socialist realist style cap off what is a quite...  more »

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