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Sivec House Gallery

Linhartov trg 22, Radovljica 4240, Slovenia
+386 4 532 05 20
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Litlle house with great history

Šivčeva hiša (Šivec House and not Sivec – Sivec is something grey) is interesting for a visit. It... read more

Reviewed 4 September 2017
Miha P
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Maribor, Slovenia
Excellent little museum and black kitchen

Situated in the main square in Radovljica, this is a largely preserved 16/17th century town house... read more

Reviewed 7 July 2016
BloomfieldTripper
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Bath, Somerset
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Sep 3, 2017
“Litlle house with great history”
Jul 7, 2016
“Excellent little museum and black kitchen”
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Linhartov trg 22, Radovljica 4240, Slovenia
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Reviewed 4 September 2017

Šivčeva hiša (Šivec House and not Sivec – Sivec is something grey) is interesting for a visit. It is an old Renaissance house with Baroque improvements. If you have time, join the guided tour. Museum organizes different exhibitions in this house, too. The quality of...More

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Reviewed 7 July 2016

Situated in the main square in Radovljica, this is a largely preserved 16/17th century town house with many original features. We were the only ones there and effectively had a personal guided tour. The wooden panelled room upstairs is most impressive (there was to be...More

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Reviewed 28 June 2016

We arrived at 12.30pm and a friendly lady took us to the first floor to explain who had lived there. We were fascinated with the black room;part of the kitchen. All the smoke went on the walls and ceiling because there was no chimney. The...More

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Reviewed 2 April 2016

Entrance to the ground floor with a temporary exhibition is free of charge. But I highly recommend to pay 3 EUR to get a small guided tour of the first floor by the friendly lady at the reception. You will see 4 ancient rooms and...More

1  Thank incahueca
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Reviewed 10 January 2016

We thoroughly enjoyed this house in the old town. a few of the rooms are done in the renaissance period. The woman on staff gave us a nice tour showing and explaining every room in the house. There is also an art gallery with several...More

Thank tradIndy
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Reviewed 9 August 2014

The local guide, a very friendly lady, gives you the whole history of the house and its owners, spicing it up with a lot of funny details.

Thank EstherBloemen
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