Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia, boasting many cultural, historical and natural attractions. The Ljubljanica River gives a special mark to the city, next to which is the famous Triple Bridge. The mighty Ljubljana Castle rises above the city.
Ljubljana is marked by numerous markets, one of which is with the most beautiful Baroque ambience, the Town Square with the Town Hall, the Diocesan mansion and the well in the middle. The town hall, also called Magistrat or Rotovz, was built in the 15th century and is now the seat of the City of Ljubljana. The house has at its disposal exhibition spaces, the main purpose of which is to present projects of the City of Ljubljana and projects, that are relevant to the city of Ljubljana. Exhibition areas include Glass Atrium, Central Atrium, Right Atrium and Historical Atrium. Art and culture societies, artists, institutions, institutes and individuals and the self-employed in culture can exhibit on the premises. The Central atrium of Town Hall is an open exhibition space. Its partially covered part is located under picturesque arcades. The exhibition space does not have gallery rails for hanging pictures. The atrium is ideal for short exhibitions whose exhibits are partly weatherproof. The Right atrium is suitable for the preparation of smaller exhibitions whose exhibits are partly weatherproof - sculpture, art, photography, architectural exhibitions and others. The atrium has proper lighting but has no gallery rails. The Glass atrium is suitable for the preparation of all kinds of small-scale sculpture, painting, architecture, photography and multimedia exhibitions. It is an enclosed space with mounted gallery rails for hanging pictures.
The Historic atrium is suitable for the preparation of major exhibitions whose exhibits are partly weather-resistant - sculpture, photography, architectural exhibitions, exhibitions of chemical products and others. Under the arcades are the gallery rails and the lighting is arranged.