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English: University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
The main building of the university, "Rektorat Univerze".
Slovenščina: Rektorat Univerze v Ljubljani.
Deutsch: Universität von Ljubljana, Slowenien (Hauptgebäude).
Date May 2005
Source Own work
Author Architecture: Jan Vladimír Hráský (1857-1939), Josef Hudetz (1842-1909)
Photo: AndrejJ


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