Architecture in Ljubljana
The city has its beginning in 2000 BC. The oldest influence that is still noticeable today comes from Roman times when Ljubljana was called Emona.
The city center remained an old town, as the old medieval houses were renovated and decorated. The city got its recognizable ambient with the help of Barouqe buildings. The classicism period helped to enrich the city with many public parks and promenades.
Later in the 20th century came a fresh wave of modernist architects. Today architecture in Slovenia is represented by many young and exciting firms, continuing the country's strong legacy and history.