The City Museum of Ljubljana is housed in a lovely Renaissance-style building and holds Ljubljana’s precious cultural heritage that spans from a 4,500-year-old pile dwelling settlement and Roman (Emona) findings, to the modern features of Slovenia. Over 200,000 artefacts are displayed representing several millennia of cultural heritage, like the world’s oldest wooden wheel and a wooden arrow tip from 40.000 years ago. As part of the museum, the Roman Trail of Ljubljana, a circular route that includes ten monuments of the Roman city of Emona, is also worth exploring. Besides archaeological excavations and interesting collections, the museum regularly hosts workshops for all ages and interests and is one of the foremost beacons of Ljubljana’s cultural scene.
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