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Jože Plečnik

(1872—1957)

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Austria

Overview page. Subjects: Architecture.

1900–2000

At the beginning of the 20th century, Austrian architecture (especially official commissions) was still dominated by late historicism, which mainly referred back to the...

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Ljubljana Riverside

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Ljubljana, Slovenia. The river Ljubljanica encircles the castle hill in the centre of the old city of Ljubljana. Here, along the banks of the river and its tributary Gradascica, the ...

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mausoleum

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(pl. mausolea).

Any roofed building used as a tomb, detached or joined to another building (e.g. a church), containing coffins, sarcophagi, or urns, often on shelves. The term...

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Otto Wagner

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(1841–1918).

Austrian architect of great distriction. Born in Penzing, near Vienna, he studied in that city and in Berlin (where he absorbed something of Schinkel's Classicism),...

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Slovenia

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A small country in south-east Europe.

Physical.

Slovenia is bordered by Austria to the north, Hungary to the east, Italy to the west, and Croatia to the south and east. It...

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Tivoli Park

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Ljubljana, Slovenia, the largest park of the Slovene capital, covers an area of 30 hectares/74 acres, located west of the historical city centre, with the wooded hill of Roznik on ...

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