NLB Tower, Republic Square

Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia

Constructed: 1961-1974

Chief architect: Edvard Ravnikar

Alternative name: TR2

Genre: Brutalist, Socialist architecture, former Yugoslavia

TR2 is one of two towers constructed on Revolution Square, now named Republic Square. The skyscraper is 60 metres high and, after completion was occupied by Ljubljanska banka, a Yugoslavia-era bank that went into liquidation soon after Slovenia became independent in June 1991 and later reformed as Nova Ljubljanska banka (NLB).

NLB Tower (Republic Square) in Ljubljana, Slovenia | Brutalist | Socialist architecture | former Yugoslavia

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