Tivoli Mansion is the oldest building in today’s Tivoli Park. It connects to the city through the Jakopič Promenade, which was widened in the 1930s by the architect Jože Plečnik, who planted a new border of trees on each side. Initially, city officials were housed in the mansion, and then tenants after the Second World War, who lived there until 1986, when renovation work began on the building for the opening of the International Centre of Graphic Arts. The Tivoli Mansion building is listed as a protected monument.

INTERNATIONAL CENTRE OF GRAPHIC ARTS
TIVOLI MANSION, Photo: International Centre of Grapfhic Arts

 

 

 

 

 

INSIDE VENUE:Tivoli Mansion is the oldest building in today’s Tivoli Park. It connects to the city through the Jakopič Promenade, which was widened in the 1930s by the architect Jože Plečnik, who planted a new border of trees on each side. Initially, city officials were housed in the mansion, and then tenants after the Second World War, who lived there until 1986, when renovation work began on the building for the opening of the International Centre of Graphic Arts. The Tivoli Mansion building is listed as a protected monument.
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