List of tallest buildings in Slovenia

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The list of tallest buildings in Slovenia ranks buildings in Slovenia by official height. The tallest building in Slovenia is currently the 89 m (290 ft) high Crystal Palace in Ljubljana, which stands 20 storeys high.[1]

Tallest buildings[edit]

This list ranks Slovenia's buildings that stand at least 57 metres (190 ft). Data source is emporis.com,[2] unless otherwise noted.

Rank Name Location Height
Metres / feet
Floors Year Notes Image
1 Crystal Palace Ljubljana 89 metres (290 ft) 22 2011 The tallest building in Slovenia.[1]
2 World Trade Center Ljubljana Ljubljana 75 metres (250 ft) 18 1993 The tallest building in Slovenia before 2010.
3 Situla Ljubljana 72 metres (240 ft) 21 2013
4 Tivolska 50 Ljubljana 71 metres (230 ft) 15 1981
5 Nebotičnik Ljubljana 70 metres (230 ft) 13 1933 The first skyscraper in Slovenia, it was the tallest building in Balkans and the ninth tallest building in Europe at the time of completion.[3]
6 TR3 Ljubljana 69 metres (230 ft) 17 1973
St. Joseph Church Ljubljana 69 metres (230 ft) N/A 1922 The tallest church in Slovenia. Ljubljana - cerkev sv. Jožefa (zvonik) (7).jpg
8 UKC Maribor Maribor 65.5 metres (215 ft) 16 1973 The tallest building in Slovenia outside Ljubljana.
9 Betnavski park Maribor 65 metres (210 ft) 3x17 2009/10
St. James Church Ljubljana 65 metres (210 ft) N/A SentjakobskaCerkev-Ljubljana.JPG
11 Eda center Nova Gorica 62 metres (200 ft) 15 2011
12 Metalka Building Ljubljana 60 metres (200 ft) 15 1963
TR2 Ljubljana 60 metres (200 ft) 12 1975
14 R5 Ljubljana 59 metres (190 ft) 17 2010
15 Hotel Plaza Ljubljana 58.5 metres (192 ft) 17 2012
16 Franciscan Church Maribor 58 metres (190 ft) N/A 1900 FranciscanChurch Maribor.jpg
17 Maribor Cathedral Maribor 57 metres (190 ft) N/A 1623 Originally had a bell tower 76 metres (250 ft) tall, which had to be reduced in size in 1792 because of a lightning strike.[4] Maribor Stolnica 20070107.jpg

Tallest proposed[edit]

Data source is emporis.com,[2] unless otherwise noted.

Rank Name Location Height
feet / metres
Floors Year proposed Notes
1 Dravska vrata Maribor 112 m N/A N/A
2 Emonika Ljubljana 107 m N/A 2012
3 Kolizej Centre Ljubljana 75 m 18 2010 Original height 96 m, now 75 m.
4 Severna mestna vrata Ljubljana 2 x 72 m 22 2010 With spire 95 m.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Velikonja, Bojan & Mehle, Borut (2011-06-24). "Ena etaža v osmih dneh". Dnevnik (in Slovene). Retrieved 2011-06-24. 
  2. ^ a b "Slovenia". emporis.com. 
  3. ^ Paradiž, Vesna (2010-08-06). "Ljubljana - Creating the city". The Slovenia Times. Retrieved 2011-06-25. 
  4. ^ Lipovšek, Stanko. "Iz zgodovine mariborske stolnice" (in Slovene). Stolna župnija Maribor. Retrieved 2011-06-24. 

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