Ljubljana

National Gallery of Slovenia

  Prešernova 24      +386 (0)1 241 54 18     27 Sep 2019

Housed inside a fabulous late 19th-century neo-Renaissance palace designed by the Czech architect František Edmund Škabrout and with extra space in a modern wing, this wonderful gallery features the very best in Slovene art from the 13th century up to the first half of the 20th century, including paintings by such notable artists as Ivan Grohar (1867-1911), Richard Jakopič (1869-1943) and Ivana Kobilca (1861-1926). The other permanent exhibition in the building focuses on European painting, with some really fine examples of Renaissance-period Italian painting through to the more modernist work of the early 20th century. Plus there are always interesting temporary exhibitions to look out for. The gallery is also home to the original Robba Fountain moved from Mestni trg in 2006 to preserve this stunning landmark of the city. Visitors can pause for coffee and cake overlooking the fountain at the gallery’s pleasant cafe, while there is also a gift shop with a great selection of books and postcards.

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info@ng-slo.si

Open

Open 10:00 - 18:00, Thu 10:00 - 20:00. Closed Mon.

Price/Additional Info

Adults €7, children €3 (free 1st Sun of month); Temporary exhibitions €5/3; Combined €10/5.

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07.03.2013
Borut Zajec

Very good...
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