These panels are a unique part of Slovenian folk art. The tradition of painting the frontal panels of beehives is a unique Slovenian tradition. The Museum of Apiculture’s collection includes more than 800 examples and is the richest in Slovenia.
These paintings present different motifs of everyday life, historical events, relationships, but also illustrate folk tales, proverbs, and different religious themes.
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The works of Jože Plečnik in Ljubljana – Human Centred Urban Design
The work Jože Plečnik carried in Ljubljana between World War I and World War II present an example of a human centred urban design that successively changed the identity of the city following the dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, when it cha…