The National Gallery is Slovenia’s museum of historical art, holding the country’s largest collection of fine art from the High Middle Ages to the 20th century.
I love this magnificent building, which was originally built in 1896 and fitted with its elegant glass façade in 2001. I’m often there because it’s good for my soul (although in the Cafe Gallery, you can find a lot that’s good for your body, too!)
Take a walk through Ljubljana and, in front of the Town Hall, you’ll see the Fountain of the Three Krainer Rivers, created by Venetian artist Francesco Robba in 1743-51. But that’s just a copy – you’ll find the magnificent original in the National Gallery.