New Entrance Hall Opened at Ljubljana National Gallery
Ljubljana, 23 October - A new entrance hall to the Ljubljana National Gallery was officially opened on Monday, which will link the old building of the National Gallery, constructed in 1896 and the new part built in 1993. Conceived by the Sadar Vuga Architect Bureau, the hall gives the National Gallery an additional 1650 m2 of surfaces, and is expected to house the famous Baroque Robba fountain, which is currently at its original place at the City Square.
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