Mestna Obcina Ljubljana Things to Do

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Mestna Obcina Ljubljana Things to Do

  • Ljubljana Castle

    4 out of 5 stars

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    With only a day for the city (and Fernanda needing "accidentally" to do some shopping) we had to skip the castle. With time, I would have seen the three dimensions film about Ljubljana history, and browse the exhibition of local artifacts. We can't have everything...

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  • Old Town

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    As you wander the old town, take your time and look at the details. It could be a carving of a face on the wall, intricate metal work on a railing, a statue, a fountain. The beauty of Ljubljana is in the detail. When we travelled to Bled we heard the man sitting behind us tell two young English visitors not to bother looking at Ljubljana and head...

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  • Prešeren Square

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    Preseren Square has a statue of France Preseren, Slovenia’s most famous poet overshadowed by the poetic muse. In a corner of the square his lover gazes across at him. Preseren Square is surrounded by beautiful buildings such as the salmon pink Franciscan Church, which is lovely and peaceful inside. This church dates from the seventeenth century....

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  • Dragon Bridge

    4 out of 5 stars

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    Dragon Bridge marks one end of Ljubljana old town.There are four fearsome looking dragons - one on each corner of the bridge. Butchers’ Bridge is near the market and presumably was once the meat selling area. It is lined with statues and like so many bridges nowadays covered with lovers’ padlocks. Triple Bridge is a three part bridge leading from...

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  • Central market

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    One of the most distinguishable buildings surrounding the market is Bishop's palace. Originally in Renaissance style, it was later transformed with Baroque decoration, and it seems to have the most beautiful arcaded courtyard in Ljubljana (we didn't enter). Started in 1512, only in the end of the 18th century it acquired its present facade, with...

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  • Triple Bridges

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    The central element in touristy Ljubljana is this triple bridge. The central part is the original bridge, built in 1842 and designed by an Italian architect. In 1929, Joze Plecnik, trying to eliminate congestion in traffic, planned, and built, ending in 1932, two side narrow bridges for pedestrians. Nowadays all the area is closed to traffic...

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  • Tivoli Park and Mansion

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    I just to live i Azbetova ulica and as marathoner my intention was to run a lot. The city is not a perfect place to jogging, but the Tivoli Park is, even in winter, of course there could rain a lot of snow and the paths are then more challenging. Take a look to picture, on summer time it is perfect place for picnic!

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  • Ljubljanica River

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    i still in love with this city ... i liked slovenia. Slovenia is a kind of magic world. I appreciate the authenticity of its citisen. its a clean country and veeeeeery safe. great views around the lake ... and the castel in ljubljiana. it s easy to visti other sites : postonja xastle, skocjan caves or Lake of Bled fron the capital .. it s well...

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  • Franciscan Church

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    This church was built between 1646 and 1660 (due to financial difficulties, the facade was finished only in 1700) by the Augustinians, who lived there until the end of the 18th century, and were later replaced by the Franciscans, who made several changes until the 19Th century. The church got its actual image after an earthquake in 1895.

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  • Flea Market

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    If you're in Ljubljana on a Sunday morning then I certainly recommend taking a walk through the Flea Market. The market can be found on Cankarjevo nabrežje which runs between the Triple Bridge and Cobbler Bridge on the Old Town side of the river and starts at 8am until 2pm. You can find all sorts of items such as antiques, art pieces, furniture,...

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  • Town Hall & town square

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    The town hall is near the cathedral. Outside it there is a lovely fountain of the three rivers. We had a look at the free exhibition in the town hall which was OK but had no English information. The town hall was built in 1484 and was later extended in the early eighteenth century by Gregor Macek.

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  • Ljubljana Church

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    The Cathedral of St. Nicolas (Stolna cerkev sv. Nikolaja) dominates the silhouette of Ljubljana. It was built in Baroque style between 1701 and 1708. In 1996 the cathedral was equipped with a new main bronze door in honour of the pope's visit. Directions: The Cathedral of St. Nicholas is situated on the right bank of the river Ljubljanica; just...

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  • Republic Square

    2 out of 5 stars

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    Republike Trg was being restored when we visited. The parliament is here and there are some stark Soviet style buildings plus some typical communist style sculptures. Republic Square used to be known as Revolution Square. This is the largest of all Ljubljana's squares. It was designed in the late 20th century by Edvard Ravnikar. Slovenia declared...

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  • Kongresni square

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    Kongresni Trg is a lovely square with some university buildings, a church and some Roman remains. The church here is the early Baroque Ursuline Church of the Holy Trinity. There is a gold statue of an ancient Roman man here. It is based on a real statue found in the excavation of the remains of Emona.

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  • Serbian Orthodox Church

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    The Serbian Orthodox Church on the northwest corner of town is definitely worth a visit. The intricate frescoes on the walls and ceiling are certainly a sight to behold. Do try to be sensitive and remember this is a holy place, as some of the worshipers appear to be less than thrilled with foreign visitors.

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  • Cobbler's Bridge

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    Stopping in this bridge in a walking tour of the city I heard the guide explaining a long story about the bridge, including the use of the columns to expose or to hang people in the antiquity. Well... The bridge was built in 1931, according to Plecnik plans, to replace an iron brige built in 1867 to replace a wooden bridge that replaced... Maybe in...

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  • Roman Walls

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    Jože Plecnik was very fond of his cones and pyramids and when he renovated the section of thr Roman wall along Mirje in the 1930s he decided to put a stone pyramid on top of the middle section. Why, I don't really know!

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  • National Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    The National Museum and Museum of Natural History has a library of its own, and a fine one at that! I like it when the interior consists of wooden furniture, here they even have a wooden staircase, wooden doors and shelves and even, so it would seem, a glass covered wooden table on which they display their treasures.

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  • Ursuline Church

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    Ursuline Church of the Holy Trinity, a church in Kongressni Trg, was built between 1718 and 1726 in the Baroque style. Designed by Carlo Martinuzzi, a Friulian architect,it has an extensive altar made of African marble, designed by Francesco Robba.

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  • University of Ljubljana

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    Created in 1810, and one of the biggest universities in Europe, with more than 60000 students, this organization spreads all over the city, with many of its buildings in Krizanke. The main building, in Kongressni trg, is also the most beautiful, built in 1902 in location of the Austrian Provincial Palace.

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  • Parliment House

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    From an architectural point of view not quite sure whether to admire or to loathe. You'd better go and judge for yourself. The square in front - Republic Square or Trg republike - is a bit of a mess, I'm sorry to say.

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  • NUK - National and university library

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    I told you to remember the name, didn't I? Plecnik (1872-1957) is almost synomynous with the city, considering how almost single-handedly he enriched the city with his architectural vision. Let me get my bearings and start from Kongresni Trg (Congress Sq) on the left bank of the river. You'll know it by the star-patterned pathways and the crowds...

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  • Robba Fountain

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    Leaving Preseren Trg and crossing the Triple Bridge you will enter Ljubljana's Old Town and Mestni Trg. The Robba Fountain is located at the centre of mestni Trg just by the Town Hall and is one of Ljubljana's best examples of Baroque monumental architecture. the fountain is also also known as The Fountain of Three Carniolan Rivers. It was built...

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  • Krizanke

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    No, I didn't like this building, contrasting with the sober beauty of its neighbours. I thought that it was a modern church of one of those new religions, but I was wrong - it is a research institute, named Anton Melik Geographical Institute. A respectful purpose, but why the "aggression" the the area?

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  • Skyscraper

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    After walking north along Miklosiceva, we turned left at the square and headed west to the major street running parallel to it, Slovenska cesta and turned left to go see the Skyscraper, an attempt at an Art Deco building which was a popular building style in America in 1933 when it was built. In 1933 it was one of the tallest residential buildings...

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  • ŽALE - Ljubljana Cemetery

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    Located to the North of the town is the Ljubljana cemetery or Zale. I found the main part of the cemetery uninteresting but there is a small section at the front of the cemetery which contains tombs, graves and buildings designed by Joze Plecnik which are really attractive. It takes about 15mins to walk here from the train station. Head to the...

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  • Trnovo Church and Bridge

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    The present church was built between 1854 and 1857 on the site of the former church that dated from 1753. It assumed its present neo-Romanic appearance after the earthquake in 1895 when it was rebuilt by architect Raimund Jeblinger. The church was where poet Prešeren met the love of his life, Julija Primic. Unfortunately, the churches facade was...

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  • Cooperative Bank Building

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    This street, starting in Preseren, is a large collection of very interesting buildings, where the top star is Cooperative bank. Built in 1922 by Ivan Vurnik, inspired in the Art Nouveau movement but including national elements in the decoration, the building cannot pass unnoticed - its colourful whole, based in a vivid red make it impossible. The...

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  • Levstikov Square

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    More than designing the new square, Plecnik introduced some modifications in most elements in this area. For instance, he replaced the column holding the Virgin's statue cast in 1682, by a new one, moving a fountain to another place in the gardened area.

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  • National Gallery

    4 out of 5 stars

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    The building dates from 1896 and it is resemblance of the czech National theatre. (it was built by czech arhitect Frantisek Edmund Skabrout) It used to be the National Centre untill became the home of the N.G. in 1925. There are the permanent exhibitions featuring slovenian arts troughout the time as well as various temprary exhibitions. THE...

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  • St. James Cathedral

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    Some very talented artisan obviously put a lot of effort into the sculpting of the massive bronze main entranceway of the cathedral. Must have taken a long time to complete. The heads of six former archbishops of Ljubljana appear to be hopelessly stuck in the door. The shrouded body of Christ lies below their sour gazes. Not trying to be...

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  • Vodnik Square

    4 out of 5 stars

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    Vodnik Square was built after the diocesan college and library situated in an old monastery were pulled down following the devastating earthquake of 1895. The space gained was used for the purposes of an open-air market which today features plenty of fruit and veg stalls. The square was named after Valentin Vodnik, whose monument by Alojzij Gangl...

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  • Ljubljana ZOO

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    It was established in 1949. The zoo moved to its present 18 hectares ste in 1951. Some 300.000 visitors a year come to see the more than 800 cpeciments of some 150 different animal species from all over the globe.

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  • World trade ceter

    Ljubljana Things to Do

    World Trade Center Ljubljana, was constructed as a 15-story business center opened in September 1993. Office Tower is the tallest building in Slovenia so far. The whole complex includes Office Tower, Shopping Mall garage and not long ago opened Hotel.

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