of the 17 bridges along the Ljubljanica River in Ljubjlana, the most famous Bridge is the Triple Bridge (Tromostovje), which connects the Preseren Square to the Town Square and the Adamiè-Lundrovo nabrežje embankment from the Petkovškovo nabrežje embankment on the other side (basically the old town form the new town areas of Ljubljana). The famous triple bridge was made initially in wood and only the central bridge in the 1280 during the medieval times and was replaced in 1842. the side bridges on either side were built Between 1929 and 1932 by Slovenia's famous architect Jože Pleènik. The central bridge is partly built from limestone and concrete and all the three bridges have 642 balusters made with concrete and platforms with granite blocks. the bridge a pedestrian only bridge filled with tourists who shoot photos, videos, selfies and instagram.
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 almost all day, and the two extra bridges seem... unjustified, but no one goes to the city without a picture of or on the bridge.
Three Bridges are probably the most beautiful and well known of all bridges in the city, they connect the main Preseren Square with the Old Town and represent a popular meeting point and place for street musicians and artists. The Marketplace is on the left, the Old Town is on the right, the main square is behind
No one can write or talk about Ljubljana without mentioning the Triple Bridge, Tromostovje in Slovene. It was extended in 1931 by the architect Joze Plecnik when he added the two sides to the already existing bridge. It is now a pedestrians bridge only.
The other pictures just shows the surroundings of river Ljubljanica.
I'm sure everyone who visits here writes about these famous bridges but anyway here's my two cents worth . They really are unique . I don't know if the intention of the arcitect was to create such a unique structure or if it was out of a more practical nature. The two side bridges were actually add ons in 1931. Its a very pretty pictureesque city!!
Originally there existed just one central bridge (1842) crossing the river at this point but it was decided that the single bridge could not handle all the traffic so knocking the bridge was considered in order to build a bigger one. However, Plecnik, Ljubljana's favourite architect came up with a unique idea and suggested to just add two more pedestrian bridges on either side of the original bridge. Of course, all three bridges are now pedestrain bridges but the side bridges are referred to as the pedestrian bridges and both have stone stairways which lead to waterside terraces. The Triple Bridge is one of Ljubljana's most famous and unique architectural treasures.
At first there was only one bridge (1842) but later the famous Slovene architect Joze Plecnik added the other two (1932) and now has the name Triple.The bridge is situated to the most famous sqare of the old center where you can see from short distance the pink building of the Franciscan Church of the Annunciation.
The oldest of the three, the central bridge was built in 1842 as a replacment of an old wooden bridge. Almost the century later others were added to form todays arhitectualy well known bridge. The famous architect Joze Plecnik is "responsible" for today's appearance of the bridge.
This attractive and famous bridge gets its name because of the three seperate pathways (2 pedestrian, 1 transport) that make up the bridge. Originally it was a double bridge but another was added in 1931 by Joze Plecnik
The Triple Bridges are a very memorable part of Old Ljubljana, precisely because it seems so redundant to have three separate bridges connecting the same places. Why not just one massive one? Unfortunately, I couldn't find anything on the history of these bridges or the explanation for why there are three of them, so I was simply content with taking a few perspective shots of them on a beautiful June morning.
It's not even possible to visit the capital city and not traverse the triple bridge at some point, it's smack dab in the heart of the city, near Preseren Square.
The first part of the bridge dates to 1842, the two pedestrian walkways were added in 1929 by Ljubljana architect Joze Plecnik to make it safer for pedestrians to walk through old town. The biggest threat these days seems to be from bicycle traffic as there aren't a lot of cars passing through this section of town.
I've seen some really cool photographs of it that look like they are taken from above, maybe if you are staying at the Grand Union you'd have a nice shot or maybe they have access to buildings around the square.
The Triple Bridge crosses the Ljubjanica River at Preseren Square. It consists of a central vehicular bridge flanked by two pedestrian bridges that were designed by Plecnik, the architect who design much of central Ljubljana.