Slovenia
St. Nicholas' Cathedral

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  • Day10

    Ljubljana

    November 6 in Slovenia

    City walking tour and eating (venison goulash and dark beer and mushroom soup). Good time today. Bought some pastries to share with the Group that are famous in Slovenia. Think everyone is enjoying the final day. Some are going to Venice for 1 more night (like us). Others are staying for 2 nights, which I wish we were!

    On the drive back to Bled, the sun pops out - of course!
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  • Day92

    Day 88&89

    August 28, 2017 in Slovenia

    Day 88

    Caught the bus from Venice to Ljubljana today. Just wandered in the afternoon. Extremely lively place, lots of buskers and street performances. It gives off a really cool vibe😊

    Day 89

    Did a walking tour in the morning which was nice and short and sweet. A pretty interesting history😊

    Then had a bit of a wander again and chill then went up to the castle at about 7 to see the sunset but there was a cloud which covered it going down

    Then had some dinner and called it an early night😊
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  • Day9

    Ljubljana's St. Nicholas Church

    October 30, 2016 in Slovenia

    Pictures of Robba Fountain on previous pages include St. Nicholas Church, which is pictured here. The church building was first mentioned in 1262, and suffered a fire a century later, leading to its restoration in Gothic style. It was later burned down by the Turks in 1461, and finally redone in 17th century in Baroque style.

    The church's two bronze doors commemorate the 1250th anniversary of the Church in Slovenia; they were installed as part of the papal visit of Pope John Paul II in 1996. One door depicts the history of Slovenia over that period while the other door portraits the 20th century bishops of the city. The frescoes photoed were painted at separate times in the early 18th century.
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