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Architecture In Slovenia

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Architecture In Slovenia

Architecture in Slovenia is characterized by a long history of stylistic development. From the oldest surviving building in the country, the Church of St. Mary in Škofljica, to the most iconic modern structures, Slovenian architecture reflects the cultural and geographic influences of its past. The architecture varies from functional modern designs to ornate Baroque and Renaissance style buildings. Slovenian city centers feature narrow cobblestone streets and stone-paved squares that often feature large fountains and sculptures. There are also numerous Medieval castles, hilltop fortresses, and Gothic churches that are scattered across the country. Additionally, Slovenia has a vibrant urban design culture, with many local architects and designers creating works that emphasize a unique blend of traditional and contemporary styles.

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