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Boris Kobe
(1905 - 1901) Kobe was born in Ljubljana in 1905. He studied art at the Department of Architecture at what was then the University of Ljubljana Technical Factury under Jože Plečnik and graduated in 1929. During the Second World War he was imprisoned in the Allach concentration camp. After the war he worked as an architect, painter and designer in Ljubljana. He died in 1981. In the early 1940s, he arranged the area around the Tivoli Pond and the children's playground next to it. He received the Prešeren Award for his architecture, paintings and designs in 1977. He won the Levstik Award for his illustrations of Ivan Tavčar's Visoška kronika (The Visoko Chronicles) in 1952.