The cultural and political capital of Slovenia lies in the heart of Europe. Its history has been influenced by its geographic position at the crossroads of Slavic, Germanic and Latin cultures.
A Walk Through History Alongside the Roman walls are the ancient town of Aemona and the medieval city with the Mestni, Stari, and Gornji squares (trg). In the shadows of the St Nicholas baroque Cathedral, an opportunity to taste the local cuisine while visiting the Plečnik marketplace. Prešeren square presents the architectural style of the secession style buildings.
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Museum Quarter highlights include the National Museum, the Modern Gallery, the Ethnographic Museum and its exhibit on the legacy of the Slovene nation. The Pottery Studio presents unique Slovene handmade traditional clay products and artistic ceramics.
The Triple Bridge is a group of three bridges across the Ljubljanica river that connect the medieval town and the modern city. The river banks are filled with local musicians and artists.
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