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About this spot
The Slovenian Parliament building was constructed between 1954 and 1959. Designed by the architect Vinko Glanz to house the then Slovenian parliament, the People's Assembly, it was modelled on the buildings of the classical antiquity and considerably influenced by the over-emotional realism of the time of its building. The architect's solution for the façade, covered in various local varieties of stone, reflects a direct influence of works by the architect Jože Plečnik. A specialty of the building is a two-storey entrance portal flanked by Zdenko Kalin and Karl Putrih's statues representing working people.
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