Ljubljana

Emonan House

  Mirje 4     20 Nov 2018
A short walk south of the City Museum of Ljubljana and discovered during excavations in the early 1960s, the remains of this former home of a wealthy Roman family dates from the late 4th and early 5th centuries. Unmissable for anyone with even a passing interest in poking around archaeological sites, of particular interest are the remains of the intricate, dual-coloured floor mosaics and a better-than-average example of a preserved hypocaust under-floor heating system. The remains have been well arranged with special walking paths and bridges to give the best views and there’s of useful information in English.

Website

Email

info@mgml.si

Open

Open from April to October. Appointments and information in the City Museum of Ljubljana.

Price/Additional Info

Admission €4/2.50.

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