Metelkova Originally implicit 1911 by the Austro-Hungarian Army, the site comprises of seven garisson huts structures sitting on a little more than three sections of land of land. The military utilized the little walled neighborhood until 1991 when the armed force deserted the site as Slovenia achieved autonomy from Yugoslavia.
Once the site was vacated, it wasn’t long before groups of squatters began moving in, and making the old buildings their own. Nowadays the majority of the structures have been canvassed in spray painting, people workmanship, discovered tile mosaics, strange figures, and punk shake mission statements. It now additionally houses a bar, a club and an inn, and additionally the free-living squatter populace. A historical center called Galerija Alkatraz is currently situated in Metelkova.