Grammar School is one of the very few preserved secession buildings in Jesenice.
Grammar School (Gimnazija Jesenice) building was built in 1914 and was designed by Rudolf Petz. The building is one of the very few preserved secession buildings in Jesenice. Rhomboid stucco details on the front façade are complemented by shallow reliefs depicting little boys that symbolize different sciences. The building was restored in 1994, when it regained its original green color.
Source: Tourist guide to the Jesenice area
The building is used of Grammar school Jesenice, where classes are given in the morning and in the afternoon it is used for different sports practices and events. Local importance
Such an imposing building, could have a museum inside of the school - one of the clasrooms could be refurbished in old style, maybe with photos of important persons who attended grammar school.