Ljubljana - Quarter Community Center - Prešernov trg
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Ljubljana - Quarter Community Center

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Ljubljana - Preseren Square

The Preseren Square is one of the most beautiful markets in Ljubljana, which is especially popular by Ljubljana residents. It is known for its red Franciscan church of the Annunciation, the beautiful Plecnik Bridge - the Triple Bridge and the Preseren Monument. The market is lively, there are many bars and shops here. The market was first called the Animal Market, later it was named after the church Mary's Square, and then after the Slovenian poet France Preseren. It lies at the junction of the old medieval town with the new, which spread from the 19th century on the left bank of the Ljubljanica River...

Ljubljana Castle

Ljubljana is the capital town of Slovenia since 1991. It is a popular tourist destination that attracts many visitors throughout the year. It was first mentioned in the written sources around the year 1120. Today, Ljubljana is the cultural, administrative, transport, economic, political, research and educational center of Slovenia. Ljubljana Castle is a mighty medieval fortress, which is a symbol of the capital. It stands on the edge of the Castle Hill, just above medieval Ljubljana. You can drive to the castle by car, or go with a funicular railway from Krek Square in the old town or walk along one o...

Ljubljana - Zoo

The Ljubljana Zoo was established in 1949. The first animal cages were located in the heart of Ljubljana until it moved to its present area in 1951. The zoo is today located in the southwestern part of Roznik. It has about 7 kilometers of walking paths and occupies about 20 ha of land. The Ljubljana Zoo has about 200,000 visitors every year. They have been developing as a modern zoo since 1988. Representatives of native and native species are grown in the zoo. Birds and mammals predominate, and they also breed amphibians, reptiles and some species of spiders, snails and insects. At the Ljubljana Zoo y...

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