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Nevertheless, the anti-Jewish legislation, adopted by Milan Stojadinović's pro-German regime, and the anti-Semitic discourse of Anton Korošec's conservative Slovene People's Party, made Slovenia a less desirable destination.
The first synagogue in Ljubljana is mentioned in 1213.
Issued with a Privilegium, Jews were able to settle an area of Ljubljana located on the left bank of the Ljubljanica River.
Rampant anti-Semitism was among the reasons why few Jews decided to settle in the area, and the overall Jewish population remained at a very low level.
In the 1920s, after the formation of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (Yugoslavia), the local Jewish community merged with the Jewish community of Zagreb, Croatia.