Slovenian players celebrating Nejc Pečnik's goal against Russia in the 2010 World Cup playoffs.
Slovenia vs. United States at the 2010 World Cup
Depiction of the city's coat of arms featuring the dragon on top of the castle, from Valvasor's The Glory of the Duchy of Carniola, 1689
Stožice Stadium, the main venue of the national team since the 2010s.
Excavations at the building site of the planned new National and University Library of Slovenia. One of the discoveries was an ancient Roman public bath house.
Boštjan Cesar is Slovenia's all-time most capped player.
"Laybach" (Ljubljana) in Johann Weikhard von Valvasor's work The Glory of the Duchy of Carniola of 1689
Ljubljana in the 18th century
Celebration during the Congress of Laibach, 1821
Ljubljana, c. 1900
The 1895 earthquake destroyed much of the city centre, enabling an extensive renovation program.
Map with the city's motorway ring from OpenStreetMap MapBox map
Mount Saint Mary, the highest hill in Ljubljana, with the peak Grmada reaching 676 m
River in the centre of Ljubljana
Bridges across the Ljubljanica River are popular tourist attractions
Koseze Pond is used for rowing, fishing, and ice skating in winter
Ljubljana Cathedral
Dragon statue on the Dragon Bridge
Butchers' Bridge love locks
The scenic Triple Bridge, decorated with stone balusters and stone lamps on all of the three bridges
Trnovo Bridge
Hradecky Bridge [hinged bridge]
Čop Street
Stritar Street with the Robba Fountain
Interior of the Slovenian Railway Museum
Main building of the Slovenian National Gallery
The front of the Opera and Ballet Theatre
The Slovenian National Theatre
Kino Šiška Centre for Urban Culture in Ljubljana
The Barn building located in Metelkova, the Ljubljana equivalent of the Copenhagen's Freetown Christiania.
The Ljubljana Marathon, 2015
The Tacen Whitewater Course on the Sava
BTC City is the largest shopping mall, sports, entertainment, and business area in Ljubljana
The first complete Realschule (technical grammar school) was established in Ljubljana in 1871
The main building of the University of Ljubljana, formerly the seat of the Carniolan Parliament
The building of the National and University Library, designed in the 1930s by Jože Plečnik
Ljubljana Bus Station and the building of the Ljubljana Railway Station in the background
Railway near the central workshop in Moste
Older type of city bus on the streets of Ljubljana
BicikeLJ, a Ljubljana-based self-service bicycle network, is free of charge for the first hour.
Prešeren Square in downtown Ljubljana
Ljubljanica River, downtown Ljubljana
Town Hall
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Slovenian Philharmonic Building
Nebotičnik

The majority of Slovenia's home matches are played at Stožice Stadium in Ljubljana.

- Slovenia national football team

It is one of the two main venues of the Slovenia national football team.

- Ljubljana

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Country in Central Europe.

Roman Emona's south wall (reconstruction) in present-day Ljubljana
The Prince's Stone, symbol of the Duchy of Carantania
A depiction of an ancient democratic ritual of Slovene-speaking tribes, which took place on the Prince's Stone in Slovene until 1414
The Ottoman army battling the Habsburgs in present-day Slovenia during the Great Turkish War
The Battles of the Isonzo took place mostly in rugged mountainous areas above the Soča River.
The proclamation of the State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs at Congress Square in Ljubljana on 20 October 1918
The map showing the present territory of Slovenia, with traditional regional boundaries; the Slovene-speaking areas annexed by Italy after WWI are shown in stripes
Partisans fighting for Trieste and Primorje region, 1945
Adolf Hitler and Martin Bormann visiting Maribor in April 1941
Josip Broz Tito and Edvard Kardelj (left) in Dražgoše, Slovenia, 1977.
Slovenian Territorial Defense Units counterattacking the Yugoslav National Army tank who entered Slovenia during the Ten-Day War, 1991
A topographic map of Slovenia
Mount Mangart, in the Julian Alps, is the third-highest peak in Slovenia, after Triglav and Škrlatica.
Solution runnels (also known as rillenkarren) are a karst feature on the Karst Plateau, as in many other karst areas of the world.
Slovenian coast with cliffs
Climate types of Slovenia 1970–2000 and climographs for selected settlements.
Lake Bohinj, largest Slovenian lake, one of the two springs of the Sava River
Olm can be found in the Postojna cave and other caves in the country.
The Carniolan honey bee is native to Slovenia and is a subspecies of the western honey bee.
Modern Lipizzaner grazing
The Government Building and President's Office in Ljubljana
President Borut Pahor
Eurocopter Cougar of the Slovenian Army
Statistical regions: 1. Gorizia, 2. Upper Carniola, 3. Carinthia, 4. Drava, 5. Mura, 6. Central Slovenia, 7. Central Sava, 8. Savinja, 9. Coastal–Karst, 10. Inner Carniola–Karst, 11. Southeast Slovenia, 12. Lower Sava
Since 2007 Slovenia has been part of the Eurozone (dark blue)
GDP per capita development in Slovenia
A proportional representation of Slovenia exports, 2019
Loan-deposit ratio in Slovenia by years – including the 2005–2008 Boom Period
A graphical depiction of Slovenia's product exports in 28 color-coded categories.
Postojna Cave
Old town of Piran on Slovenian coast
Lake Bled with its island
Motorways in Slovenia in August 2020
Pendolino ETR 310 tilting train of Slovenian railways in Ljubljana Central train station
The Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport is the biggest international airport in the country
Population density in Slovenia by municipality. The four main urban areas are visible: Ljubljana and Kranj (centre), Maribor (northeast) and the Slovene Istria (southwest).
Front cover of a bilingual passport in Slovene and Italian
The National Shrine Mary Help of Christians at Brezje.
University of Ljubljana administration building
University of Maribor administration building
The Sower (1907), by the Impressionist painter Ivan Grohar, became a metaphor for Slovenes and was a reflection of the transition from a rural to an urban culture.
Potica as part of traditional Slovenian Easter breakfast
The more-than-400-year-old Žametovka vine growing outside the Old Vine House in Maribor, Slovenia. To the right of the vine is a daughter vine taken from a cutting of the old vine.
France Prešeren, best-known Slovenian poet
"Zdravljica" (A Toast; part) with rejection mark from Austrian censorship (due to potential revolutionary content); the music of Zdravljica is now the Slovenian national anthem.
Folk musician Lojze Slak
The industrial group Laibach
The National Theatre in Ljubljana
The sculpture of the poet Valentin Vodnik (1758–1819) was created by Alojz Gangl in 1889 as part of Vodnik Monument, the first Slovene national monument.
Smrekar's illustration of Martin Krpan
Alpine skier Tina Maze, a double Olympic gold medalist and the overall winner of the 2012–13 World Cup season
Postojna Cave
Old town of Piran on Slovenian coast
Lake Bled with its island

Ljubljana, the capital and largest city of Slovenia, is geographically situated near the centre of the country.

The men's national football team has qualified for one European Championship (2000) and two World Cups (2002 and 2010).

Panoramic view of Stožice Stadium in 2021

Stožice Stadium

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Panoramic view of Stožice Stadium in 2021

Stožice Stadium (Stadion Stožice) is a multi-purpose stadium located in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

The stadium is the home ground of the football club Olimpija Ljubljana and is the main venue of the Slovenia national football team.

Bežigrad Stadium under construction in 1935

Bežigrad Stadium

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Bežigrad Stadium under construction in 1935

Bežigrad Stadium (Bežigrajski stadion, stadion Bežigrad, stadion za Bežigradom), also known as Bežigrad Central Stadium (Centralni stadion Bežigrad), is a multi-purpose stadium in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Between 1995 and 2004, Slovenia national football team played a total of 27 matches at the venue.