Rotož Town Hall

  Glavni Trg 14      +386 (0)2 234 66 11     more than a year ago
Almost looks too good to be a town hall, this gorgeous little building on the city's main square was put up in 1515. These days both the Slovene and EU flags flutter on the balcony, a sign of better times than when Hitler gave a speech from the very same place during the Nazis' World War II occupation of the city.

The building is also home to an atmospheric international restaurant, 'Toti Rotovž' and nearby is a monument commemorating the wave of disease that wiped out a third of the town's population in the 17th century. The 'Plague Column' was sculpted by local artist Jozef Straub and erected in 1743.


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