Old map of Ljubljana, Laibach
Old map of Ljubljana, Laibach
Old map of Ljubljana, Laibach
Old map of Ljubljana, Laibach


Old map of Ljubljana, Laibach
This map is sold, but we will create a new one for you, contact us!

This is a unique map of our home City of Ljubljana/Laibach.

- Map size 102cm x 80cm // 40'' x 31'' (possible any other size or different frame, contact us)

This map of Ljubljana or Laibach stadt, was published in year 1830... ready for your wall:

- Each of the map details are readable
- High resolution map with hand made antique finish on durable cotton canvas.

- Wooden frame is full of details, unique piece of frame!
- Black matte feel (wood)

Yet on 19 and 20 August, as part of their Liberation Day concerts, Slovenian industrial band LAIBACH played at Pyongyang’s Kim Won Gyun musical conservatory to an audience of 1,000 locals and a handful of foreigners – making them the first western rock band to ever play in North Korea.

About our unique little City of Ljubljana/Laibach:

In Ljubljana the old meets the new; and it seems that history has spent all of the settlement's five millennia preparing it to become the nation's capital. It has managed to retain traces from all periods of its rich history; from the legacy of Roman Emona; through to the Renaissance, Baroque and Art Nouveau periods characterised in the house fronts and ornate doorways of the city centre, the romantic bridges adorning the Ljubljanica river, the lopsided rooftops and a park reaching deep into the city centre. Here eastern and western cultures met; and the Italian concept of art combined with the sculptural aesthetics of Central European cathedrals.

The city owes its present appearance partly to Italian baroque and partly to Art Nouveau, which is the style of the numerous buildings erected immediately after the earthquake of 1895. In the first half of the 20th century, modern Ljubljana was shaped by the strong personal style of Jože Plečnik, a great European architect and a local of Ljubljana. The cityscape was complemented by his modernist followers as well as by creations of the "New Wave" of acknowledged young architects. All the different facets of Ljubljana blend harmoniously into a single image.