Emonan House

  Mirje 4     more than a year ago
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.





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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