This building on Razlagova Street is listed as a Slovene cultural monument and managed by the Museum of Recent History.

It dates to the first decades of the 20th century and was where the much-loved photographer Josip Pelikan worked his magic.

On the upper floor is one of the few remaining skylight studios in Europe, while downstairs the darkroom and retouching room are exactly as they were where Pelikan passed away in the 1970s.