Tartini's square, Piran

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    The Piran main square is The...

    by Kupid008 Written Aug 25, 2002

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    The Piran main square is The Tartini Square. It was ectually a harbour for little fishing until 1894, when it was fillied because of the smell. The Tartini Square view

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    Tartini Square

    by oja Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    Tartini Square
    The central square of Piran (you can't miss it no matter how hard you try) is an excellent spot to hang out, devour your ice cream and look around for interesting spots to explore. You'll rarely see it as empty as on the photo - in the afternoons and evenings it usually whirls with children on rollerblades and scooters. In the middle stands a statue of Giuseppe Tartini, a Piran-born and world famous violin player and composer.

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  • Tartinijev trg is a romantic...

    by maksim_caine Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Tartinijev trg is a romantic Venetian-style square which is highly frequented by happy tourists, artists and lovers in the summertime and surrounded by some very beautiful buildings, especially the gothic palace painted in red. In the middle there is the statue of Piran's greatest son, Giuseppe Tartini.

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    Tartini-square

    by Herwig1961 Written Jan 21, 2009

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    I have to admit that I have never heard about Tartini the composer and musician.But the square were his monument stands is absolutely lovely!

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    Court House

    by Willettsworld Written Oct 6, 2006

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    The Court House was built between 1885-91 by Giuseppe Moso and Enrico Nordio. Its doors date from the 17th century.

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    PIRAN

    by olja1234 Updated May 18, 2006

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    A closer view onto Tartini's monument.
    This famous violinist and composer was born 1692 in Piran. After him is named Tartini's square, house, hotel ...

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