I used to be a gymnast. It was what I had lived for : 110th anniversary of Tabor Sports Association and 90th anniversary of Sokol Hall at Tabor
The National Museum of Slovenia, in cooperation with the Tabor Sports Association and the Planica Sports Institute of the Republic of Slovenia - the Sports Museum, has prepared an occasional exhibition entitled I used to be a gymnast. It was what I had lived for : 110th anniversary of Tabor Sports Association and 90th anniversary of Sokol Hall at Tabor.
In 1907, the Sokol I was founded, which brought together gymnasts from the Ljubljanas suburbs Šempeter and Vodmat. The club was and still is housed in the building in Tabor, the work of slovenian well-known architect Ivan Vurnik, which was inaugurated in June 1927. Throughout the history members of the Sokol I won Olympic medals, World and European championships, and organized a rich cultural and social program.
The exhibition colud be seen in the lobby of ŠD Tabor from 20 December 2017.