Located in the center of the old city of Ljubljana, the square is a bit more romantic because of a river and beautiful buildings on both sides of the river. The bronze statue of Preseron is the most striking one in the square. Preseren is a Slovenian national poet of the 19th century. His poem "When the sun rises, war disappears from the world, everyone is a free compatriot,," became the lyric of the National Anthem after Slovenia gained independence in 1991. Behind the bronze statue of Priscillan is a goddess holding laurel branches. Next to the bronze statue, the red building is the Saint Franciscans Church, the red exterior wall, very eye-catching. On the side of the square, you can see the castle on the hill. Along the river bank, there is a bar street. In the evening, there are many street performers performing, very lively.
City Square is a very beautiful small square, just by the river of Ljubljana, across the famous Three Bridges. People sit here leisurely, street artists blow bubbles to amuse children, cool breeze is really the best choice for vacation. Please slow down and look here. You will feel how beautiful Ljublja is.
On the city square is the Kaniola fountain, built in 1751, alongside the city hall, built in 1718, which is a Renaissance-style building. The square is not very large. In the middle is the Baroque Kaniola fountain. The three groups of statues on the base represent Slovenia's three rivers - "Sava River, Kerka River and Lubljana River.
City Square is the central square of Ljubljana, located in the central area of the old city. After the famous Three Bridges, the square is surrounded by many famous old buildings. In the center is a statue with a history of more than 100 years, which represents the spirit of the city of Ljubljana. It's also the busiest place in the city. There are many restaurants and shops worth visiting.
Ljubljana's Central Plaza is small but very busy. Street artists, professional performers and performers all work hard to show the most wonderful aspect of Ljubljana to the audience. The Kaniola fountain, built in 1751 in Baroque style, stands in the center of the Plaza on the base of the ancient obelisk-like pillar with three groups of exquisite marble statues, which are said to be divided into three groups. The three rivers of Slovenia - "Sava], the Krka River and the Old Municipal Municipal Municipal Museum beside the Plaza of the Ljubljana River were built in 1718. It is a Renaissance-style ancient building which is now a museum of sculpture for free.
The central square of Ljubljana, the city square, is not big. In the middle is the Baroque Kaniola fountain built in 1751. On the base of the obelisk column, three groups of exquisite marble statues are sculpted. They are said to represent Slovenia's three rivers - the Sava, Krka and Ljubljana.
The fountain in the Square of the former Yugoslavia's capital is a landmark building. Looking at the medieval red roofs, it's like entering the fairy tale world. Walking in the sun gives you a full sense of happiness, although you can't tell the difference between the old city and the new one.
The charming Ljubljana lets you enjoy the slow life of a small European city. The hotel we stayed in is also a famous scenic spot. There are many tourists, because it has a hundred years of history and profound information. It is said that Clinton stayed here during his visit.