Ljubljana Church, Ljubljana
These two grand edifices flank the Cathedral to the west and north, respectively. The Bishop's Palace dates from the Renaissance, but its present form, featuring a beautiful inner courtyard and loggia, comes from the 18th century. Besides church dignitaries, Napoleon and other European emperors have rested their heads here, and the French governors of the province of Illyria also resided in the palace. The Seminary is likewise from the 18th century, and contains a priceless library. The big, dumb, lionskin-clad giants lurking in its doorway on Dolnicarjeva Street are the work of Andrea Pozzo.
Ljubljana Chatedral dates from 1700 to 1708. It was designed by architect and painter, Andrea Pozzo in Baroque style.
On my photo you can see a cupola and two bell towers
There's a nice church called St. Nikolaus, right by Town Hall. It's cool because of the sculpture on the door and the nice colors they use to decorate the place. Here is a closeup photo of the door.