Ljubljana has been built on the site of ancient Aemona. Many Roman ruins have been composed into modern buildings by city's most famous architect Jože Plečnik. Come to his Triple bridge over the Ljubljanica river and enjoy the view of the picturesque castle (first tower is believed to date back to the 13th century), the Franciscan monastery, the Cathedral and numerous buildings in the "Secession" style. Enter the pedestrian zone with its small shops, restaurants, cafes, turning it into a tourist paradise.

Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia. In 1918 Slovenes decided to leave the Austrian empire and join other southern Slavs in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes, later renamed Yugoslavia. Slovenes left the state after 72 years to escape the bloodshed and are now in an independent state, a member of the Community and using European currency.

7th Linear Algebra Workshop will be held at Faculty of Mathematics and Physics.