National Assembly Building of Slovenia

Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia

Constructed: 1954-1959

Architects: Vinko Glanz (architect), Karel Putrih and Zdenko Kalin (sculptors) 

Former name: People’s Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia

Genre: Modernist, Socialist architecture, former Yugoslavia

Originally the People’s Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia when it was completed, the country’s legislative building faces Republic Square but was finished and in use before construction on the square commenced in 1961. The main entrance is decorated with life-sized bronze figures depicting scenes from everyday Slovene life such as children playing, family togetherness and manual labour etc.

National Assembly Building of Slovenia (former People's Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia) in Ljubljana, Slovenia | Modernist | Socialist architecture | former Yugoslavia

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