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Photo: Miran Kambič

Renowned Slovenian architects have created interesting monumental buildings encompassed by an extensive open area with a fountain in pleasant green environment. Kupola Hall was built in 1958, Jurček Pavillion in 1960, and Marmorna Hall in 1961. Other premises were finished by 1987. With the exception of Kocka Hall, all halls bear the stamp of modern functionalist architecture and are protected as architectural heritage. The complex was fully renovated in the years 2005–2009. In 2012, Pavillion Jurček was remodelled into a contemporary multi-purpose reception space with a day bistro which serves as the main entrance, the reception desk with the registration of participants and a press room. Under the pavilion and outside there is a brasserie with the concept of the catering chain Kaval Group.