Slovene architecture

Edvard Peperko monument

Rok Benda / 2021
LOCATION: Ljubljanska cesta, Trzin

The memorial was built to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Slovenia’s independence, close to the spot where the soldier Edvard Peperko was killed during the Ten-Day War. The memorial is located next to a pathway and close to the bridge where the battle at Trzin occurred in 1991. The statue is designed in the form of a regular vertical plate made of corten, from which the silhouette of a soldier saluting is carved. The carved figure symbolizes devotion to the homeland and the tragic loss of a young life.

Object information

Construction year
Total floor area
4,5 m2
Total Area
339 m2
Investment value
Občina Trzin

Technical team

RB d.o.o.
Peter Škrlep
Construction engineering
Edo Wallner

Manufacturers and Suppliers

Main contractor
Jeklo – GBTech Boštjan Golob s.p
Construction work
Temelji – Grad Habat d.o.o.
Floors, parquets, ceramics
Žurbi team d.o.o., floorings