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14.03.2016

More visitors than in previous years

The 55th International Home Fair, the biggest international fair for building and construction, not only in Slovenia but also in its surroundings in bordering countries, took place from 8–13 March. In 2016, goods and services for the home, construction, builders’ joinery, heating and cooling technology, interior decoration, home security, and maintaining the surroundings were exhibited on 20,000 square meters in all available halls, three additional prefabricated halls, and on exterior exhibition grounds. With the slogan ‘Key Solutions', we hosted 545 companies from 32 countries. The visitors joined vast accompanying programme and free expert consultations by GI ZRMK (Building and Civil Engineering Institute), Eko sklad (Eco fund) and ENSVET (One world) consultants. The 55th Home was visited by more than 56.000 people, which was more than in previous years.
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11.02.2016

Plan today and save money!

The 55th international Home Fair is open from 8 to 13 March, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. from Tuesday till Saturday, and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m on Sunday. This year again you can visit the fair with a cheaper ticket EUR 5 - on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday you can buy HAPPY HOUR ticket from 1 to 3 p.m.. Reserve about 3 hours of your time for the visit. And do not miss our vast accompanying programme and free expert consultations by GI ZRMK (Building and Civil Engineering Institute), Eko sklad (Eco fund) and ENSVET (One world) consultants.
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10.02.2016

We are building the fair in the Green Capital - Ljubljana

We are building the Home Fair under the auspice of Ljubljana – the European Green Capital 2016. This prestigious title awarded to Ljubljana by the EU Commission in Copenhagen two years ago was yesterday celebrated at the award ceremonial in Brussels. So far, Ljubljana is the only European Green Capital in the central Southern-Eastern Europe. One of the most sustainable cities in Europe boasts the city centre without traffic. The pedestrian zone, banned for all motorised vehicles, already extends over more than 100,000 square meters.
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