This is the romantic part of Ljubljana, the old fashioned facades, ruined by atmosferical agents and time passing by.
For some reason they have reminded me of French Revolution.
But it is a feeling that vanished walking down the streets, cause this city, on the contrary, look so peaceful and quiet.
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Loving all your windows. Thanks
Many thanks to you☺️
what a difference! why?
I have no idea but the variety of architectonical styles is what I have appreciated the most in this city ☺️
True, there is a great variety of styles in Ljubljana. I’m really glad that it appealed to you. In case you don’t know, the building in the featured photo is the National and University Library (NUK), designed by Jože Plečnik, the most well-known Slovenian architect.
Yes, I wanted to write it below the picture but then I forgot🤦🏻♀️ I will add it now!
Wonderful! In fact, I’m going to Ljubljana later this month! So … this is an unexpected preview.
I am so glad for you! Enjoy the city and the whole country, they are both lovely!
Such interesting windows. Thinking I need to start noticing windows a bit more.
Yes but also beware what you step! I am always ending up in holes in the ground or worse! 😂
Oh, no! Thanks for the warning. I do tend to get distracted when I have a camera in my hand. I guess it is a common danger for photographers.
Yes, we are at risk 🤣 it is a dangerous hobby!