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Study in Ljubljana

Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia, which is, due to its central and traffic location, the economic, cultural, educational, health and administrative center of the country.

In the first half of the 20th century, the architectural image of the city was designed by the world-famous architect Jože Plečnik, whose image was supplemented by his students of modern architecture.

Ljubljana is one of the most popular tourist destinations, offering visitors a diverse range of cultural, adventure and culinary experiences.

It is the largest university city in Slovenia with more than 40,000 STUDENTS, which gives the city a special touch of youth and vibrancy.



City of young people

Green destination

The capital of experience


The 275 km² city lies in the Ljubljana basin, in the central part of Slovenia. The location at the crossroads of important roads has greatly influenced its development. Ljubljana lies approximately 140 km west of Zagreb, 250 km east of Venice, 350 km southwest of Vienna and 400 km southwest of Budapest.

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Short history

The legend says that in the ancient times, the Greek hero Jason with Argonauts stole the golden fleece from the king Aite. On the run, they found a large lake and a swamp, where they encountered a terrible swamp monster. Jason fought and killed it. This is supposed to be the dragon of Ljubljana, which still resides on the Ljubljana’s coat-of-arms at the top of the castle tower.

The first inhabitants around the swamp of Ljubljana were the bridgeheads that lived there around 2000 b.c., in wooden settlements placed on stakes, driven into the bottom of a swamp or lake. At the beginning of a.c. the area of present-day Ljubljana was inhabited by the Romans. They set up a military camp and named it Emona. The Emona center was a forum surrounded by high walls. Ljubljana acquired the city status in 1220. From the 14th century onwards was followed by the almost 600-year reign of the Hapsburg family. In 1941, Ljubljana was taken over by an Italian occupier and in fall 1943 by an German occupier. The Italians surrounded Ljubljana with a 30 km long barbed wire and bunkers (today’s Memorial and Comrades’ Path). Ljubljana became a Yugoslav city in 1945, and in 1991 Slovenia became independent and Ljubljana became the capital of Slovenia.

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Vir fotografij: Turizem Ljubljana in Mestna občina Ljubljana

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