Ljubezen je dvoposteljna soba z balkonom.
Nesrečne, pretekle, istospolne, prepovedane, izgubljene, preklete. Vse te in še druge oblike ljubezni so že od nekdaj vtkane v vsako poro mesta. Za večno ostane le drobna sled, tako kot pri zgodbi o Alfredu Nobelu in njegovi veliki celjski požiralki denarja – Sofiji Hess.
THE LOVE ROOM
Unrequited, anicent, gay, forbidden, lost, damned. Love of every kind permeastes the fabric of city. What do Alma M.Karlin, Alfred Nobel, Counts of Celje, Josip Broz Tito, high-ranking politicans, managers, secretaries, and other citizen have in common? They share the virus of love and it seems the gossip of affairs, advetures, scandals, breast implants, upskrits and cleavages have been a favourite local pastime for ages. In Celje, love is to be found in every pore of the city. The love stories that stand out in particular are the one about the forbidden medivelal love between Friderik and Veronika, and the one about Alfred Nobel who found hi love in Sofia, a girl from Cele who confessed her love to him in countless letters – in excange for financial sercurity. The story about love brings us to present day whendeclarations of lovehave become a part of city sings and graffiti, as well as the wallpaper in this room under a white ceiling adorned with tiny hearts. Perfaps you find love in Celje, too.