- published: 18 May 2015
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2 mesto , street dance show formacije člani
23rd June 2015 We took the tram to Villa Opicina that turns into a funicular half way through, walked to the station and got a train across the border to Divaca, where a bus took us the rest of the way to Ljubljana, as the tracks were damaged last winter.
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Les reportaz feat. Magnifico // See much more on http://www.lesreportaz.com/ Film about Jugonostalija, shot in Ljubljana with mr Roberto Magnifico! Film sur la Yougonostalgie, tourné à Ljubljana et avec mister Roberto Magnifico ! See much more on http://lesreportaz.blogspot.com/
Ljubljana is the capital of the young republic of Slovenia, a city of culture and history, elegance and charm. It is Slovenia’s ‘Florence’ situated between the Alps and the Balkans, the Adriatic and Lake Balaton. The Old Place, with a monument of national poet, Prešeren, is the gateway to the Old Town. With its pink marble façade, the Early Baroque Franciscan Church Of Mary dominates the square. The Dom Church Stolnica was built according to the design of Venetian, Andrea Pozzo in the 17th century. The interior of this Baroque church is quite overwhelming and with great attention to detail. Situated on the four hundred metre high Castle Hill, the Slovenian Acropolis was once inhabited by the Illyrians and Celts. The Roman watchtower later became both a strategic fortress and castle. A...
Z vlakom, iz fotografij Vlakom, iz fotografija By Train, from photographs
Iz kabine lokomotive
Ljubljana is not a large metropolis, but nevertheless it offers exciting shopping experiences at affordable prices. For more information go to www.visitljubljana.com! The city's centrally located shops sell a diverse range of products, from high-end fashion to originally designed gifts, the finest quality porcelain ware, and sea salt hand-harvested on the Slovenian coast. An interesting place for shopping is the vibrant antique flea market held in the historical city centre on Sundays. Part of the video series Ljubljana - When the Region Comes to Life.
Mixed vocal group Bird-land started working in October 2015. Name Bird-land is linked to the story of the high objektives of group, full of enthusiasts who are mostly singer beginners without special school and musical knowledge. They belive they can express themselves by singing, delight the audience and maybe their singing will take them on tour around the world.
Filming traffic on the way home from the Subaru Forester
http://ljubljana.inyourpocket.com Perched on top of Castle Hill (Grajska Planota) and dominating the city skyline to the south, Ljubljanas magnificent castle stands on the site of several former defensive buildings in a hilly area of land stretching away to the south of the old town. The current ensemble of buildings originates from necessary 16th-century reconstruction work following the earthquake of 1511, with several later additions. Not unlike Kraków's Wawel Castle in Poland, Ljubljana Castle has served as both a royal residence and a military barracks over the centuries. The current main points of interest for the visitor are both located inside the Outlook Tower (Razgledni Stolp), built in the 19th century and raised a further 1.2m by the communists in 1982. The towers Virtual Mus...
A short sequence of action whilst awaiting a train.
Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived at Ljubljana, Saturday to participate in the unveiling ceremony of a monument to Russian and Soviet soldiers, killed during the World Wars. The president’s visit has been timed to land on the centennial of the construction of the Russian chapel at the Vrsic mountain pass, a site Putin is expected to visit. During his trip, Putin is set to meet with various Slovenian politicians, including his Slovenian counterpart Borut Pahor, to discuss the bilateral cooperation in trade, economic, cultural and humanitarian spheres. Moreover, the high officials planned to talk about current regional and international issues. Video ID: 20160730 020 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: email@example.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://w...