Fodor's Expert Review Muzej Novejše Zgodovine

Ljubljana Museum/Gallery

The permanent exhibition on Slovenes in the 20th century takes you from the days of Austria-Hungary, through World War II, the victory of the Partisan liberation movement and the ensuing Tito period, and up to the present day. Relics and memorabilia are combined with a dramatic sound-and-video presentation (scenes from World War II are projected on the walls and ceiling, accompanied by thundering gunfire, screams, and singing). You'll find the museum in a pink-and-white Baroque villa in Tivoli Park.

Museum/Gallery Family

Quick Facts

Celovška 23
Ljubljana, N/A Slovenia  1001, Slovenia

01-300–9611

www.muzej-nz.si

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: €3.50, Closed Mon.

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