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Exhibition and Convention Centre (Ljubljana)


Exhibition and Convention Centre (Ljubljana)

International Construction Fair at the Exhibition and Convention Centre in 1961

The Exhibition and Convention Centre (fairs as well as other events. It is operated by the Ljubljana Exhibition and Convention Centre company. The basic mission of the company is the organization of various events where the exhibitors and visitors meet and cooperate creatively.

It was designed by architect Ilija Arnautović and completed in 1955. It was built on top of the former Saint Christopher's Cemetery[1][2] and the site of Saint Christopher's Church, which was razed in 1958 for the development.[3] It is located in Ljubljana's Bežigrad district.

In 2001 the halls Steklena Hall - C and Jurček - E were renovated, the Kupola - A hall was renovated in 2002, and renovation was finally finished in 2005 with the last halls Marmorna Hall - B and Povodni mož - B2.[4]

The Centre has organised the following fairs:

  • 21–24 January 2010 - Boat fair
  • 21–24 January 2010 - Tourism and leisure
  • 29–30 January 2010 - Informativa
  • 8–11 February 2010 - Gast expo & Icecream fair
  • 8–11 February 2010 - Wine fair
  • 2–7 March 2010 - Home fair
  • 17–19 March 2010 - Promarket
  • 26–28 March 2010 - Collecta
  • 3–5 September 2010 - Auto motor show Ljubljana
  • 9–12 September 2010 - Children's fair
  • 18–19 September 2010 - Oldtimer cars fair Codelli
  • 7–10 October 2010 - Nature and wellness fair
  • 19–21 October 2010 - Students fair
  • 9–14 November 2010 - Furniture fair
  • 25–28 November 2010 - Camping and caravaning fair
  • 25–28 November 2010 - Ski fair Snowflake
  • 1–2 December 2010 - Career fair


  1. ^ (1 November).RTV SLO"Navje - spominski park slovenske zgodovine." 2007. (Slovene)
  2. ^ .DEDI"Gospodarsko razstavišče." (Slovene)
  3. ^ Benedik, Metod, & Angel Kralj. 1998. Škofijske vizitacije Tomaža Hrena. Ljubljana: Inštitut za zgodovino Cerkve pri Teološki fakulteti Univerze v Ljubljani, p. 339.
  4. ^ About the company

External links

  • Official website

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