Hribar’s Villa Zlatica (Cesta 27. aprila 47) is open every day except Monday.
Guided tours of the museum collection (max. 5 visitors) take place on Fridays from 15:00 to 18:00 and Saturdays from 14:00 to 18:00.
Tours can be arranged also from Tuesday through Sunday upon prior notice (at least 24 hours beforehand). Closed on 24, 25 and 31 December and 1 January.
Info and applications: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone +386 (0)8 2052 800 or +386 40 835 775.
- Adults: 6,00 EUR
- Students: 4,00 EUR
- High school students and children: 4,00 EUR
- Seniors (age 60 +): 4,00 EUR
- Families: 14,00 EUR
- Unemployed: 4,00 EUR
- Guided tour for groups of up to 5 visitors: EUR 7.00 (reduced price EUR 5.00) per person.
- Educational programmes: EUR 4.00 per person.
Due to the architectural limitations of the Villa, disabled access is currently not possible.
“We continually aspire to do something that we are proud of and want to share with the world. The renovated Villa Zlatica is definitely such a feat. I am especially happy that it offers both a working environment and a place to be enjoyed. May it long serve its purpose.”Zoran Janković, Mayor of the City of Ljubljana
ABOUT VILLA ZLATICA
ABOUT IVAN HRIBAR
IVAN HRIBAR AND THE LJUBLJANA BOURGEOISIE A tribute to Ivan Hribar and his daughter Dr. Zlatica Hribar
The former home of Ljubljana’s revered mayor Ivan Hribar in Rožna dolina offers a glimpse at the life of a Slovenian bourgeois family in the early 20th century.
SHARING – CONNECTING – NERVING – PROMOTING - LEARNING
From Hribar to the Forum of Slavic Cultures
11 May 2021 – 31 January 2022
The first temporary exhibition tells the story of Hribar’s idea of Slavism in the 19th century and juxtaposes it to the contemporary mission that the FSK as an international foundation pursues in the 21st century. Exploring the paths that Hribar took as he was discovering the differences and similarities between Slavic nations, visitors are able to observe the development of cultural cooperation between Slavic speaking countries.
FSK Library visiting Ivan Hribar
The library of the Forum of Slavic Cultures, located in the working and study room of Ivan Hribar, a great supporter of Slavic nations and their cultures, offers access to often still unknown or overlooked treasures of Slavic heritage, cultures and literatures in all Slavic and many other languages.
But in the first place, the Hribar Library has become home of the 100 Slavic Novels, the largest international cultural, literary and promotional project of Slavic literature, which has been taking place for a decade and a half under the auspices of the Forum of Slavic Cultures.
RENT THE ENCHANTING VILLA ZLATICA
The bourgeois villa in Rožna dolina, once the home of Ljubljana’s famous mayor, still boasts a beautiful garden and a lawn. Situated almost in the centre of Ljubljana this venue without compare can bring unique added value to events such as receptions, press conferences, expert meetings or award ceremonies.
Hribar’s Villa Zlatica is the right place to create unforgettable moments and colourful memories!
To rent Hribar’s Villa Zlatica with the garden and a tour of the museum contact:
- T: +386 (0)8 205 2800
- M: +386 40 835 775
- E-mail: email@example.com
With the cycle of events under the common title the LIVING VILLA the Forum of Slavic Cultures aims to bring life to the villa and its magical garden. Villa Zlatica’s charming interior and the garden’s green carpet set against a backdrop of Rožna dolina’s villas serve as Ljubljana’s new venue for both indoor and open air events.
Celebrating the International Museum Day 2021
Free guided tours with experts Jerneja Batič, Darja Pergovnik, Marija Ana Kranjc and Dr. Andreja Rihter.
Exhibition catalogue Ivan Hribar and the Bourgeoisie of Ljubljana is out
The home of Ljubljana’s revered mayor Ivan Hribar (1851-1941), the renovated Villa Zlatica in Rožna Dolina, today offers visitors a glimpse at the life of one of Ljubljana’s most popular mayors and in turn also an encounter with the housing culture of a Slovenian bourgeois family at the beginning of the 20th century.
Krleža at Villa Zlatica!
It was exactly one hundred years ago, in 1922, that Croatian novelist, playwright and poet Miroslav Krleža wrote the second part of his Glembay trilogy – In agony. The wounds of World War I had not yet healed and the old social orders were crumbling. A hundred years later we find ourselves in a similar predicament: fundamental social structures are changing irreversibly as age-old existential questions remain equally relevant.
Slavic Literatures in Focus of a New Festival
The Forum of Slavic Cultures, in cooperation with partners, organised the Festival of Slavic Literatures. The first edition of the Festival, which will become a regular literary event on the cultural calendar in the years to come, was dedicated to the 15th anniversary of the 100 Slavic Novels collection. The anniversary was held under the honourable patronage of the President of the Republic of Slovenia, Borut Pahor.
The house on former Cesta na Rožnik (now Cesta 27. aprila 47) was built in 1910. Ivan Hribar bought it following the end of World War I and moved in in 1922. His daughter Zlatica (1913 – 2000) lived there all her life. She donated most of the family heirloom to the City Museum of Ljubljana and the villa to the State of Slovenia. In April 2010 the Government of the Republic of Slovenia transferred the ownership of the villa to the City of Ljubljana, which entrusted its management to the Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana.
Villa Zlatica was proclaimed the cultural monument of local importance and the renovation project for the villa was included in the Development Programme Scheme and the budget of the City of Ljubljana. The renovation began in September 2019, focusing on extensive maintenance and conservation-renovation works. The aim was to restore the villa as it was after its annexe was built in 1933 and until World War II, when Ivan Hribar still lived there with his family. Today, the villa still features the original builders’ joinery and wooden elements, the parquet floor, tile stove, terrazzo, metal elements and wall paintings.