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This was one of the nicest building I looked at under my visit in Ljubljana. If it was in the dark With all lights around or with full lights in the day time. Maybe I was affected by the castle behind it when you had...More
It sits in Kongresni trg with the river to its back. It's an unusual looking building compared to many others in the city. It's an old one...built in 1701. It's worth checking out even if you only have time to walk past.
Philharmonic Hall is an architectural beauty in a city full of fetching architecture. Though the hall is small, as concert halls go, it more than makes up for any weakness by having such an illustrious history. The building was built in 1701. It's easy to...More
This is a nice 'Austrian' looking building with a history that goes back to early 17th century. I did not go in but got to walk around when I visited the congress square. They have performances now and then.
You will find best classic music in this building. Check the time for concerts. Filharmonija is home of the best and oldest orchestra in Ljubljana. You can find some poor decoration in the concert hall and good position of the palace on Congress square.
Slovenian Philharmonic hall was built in 1701 and it members were very important composers like Ludvig van Beethoven, Josef Haydn, Johannes Brahms and famous Italian violinist Niccolo Paganini. Gustav Mahler was a conducter. We are very proud of our Slovenian Philharmonic orchestra.
This is yet another attractive historical building in Ljubljana, located close to the main university building. Unfortunately it wasn't open when I visited and so I couldn't go inside. There also didn't seem to be any concerts happening in the evening when I was there....More