Ljubljana – Windows (Part 2)

How not to fall in love with the multiple facades and styles of this city?I think you can find enough variety here to meet the tastes of everybody.Which is the window that a suit you the most?

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22 thoughts on “Ljubljana – Windows (Part 2)

    1. I have seen it first in some pictures set up in the alley of Jakopič Promenade and later on that day, while I was looking for the camera shop! I got lost, as usual, because despite the fact of having a direction to follow I often find difficult to stick to instructions! 😂 😂 😂

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    1. I think the first one reminds you somehow of Mexico and I like that one too. Well, as part of ex Yugoslavia the country had been involved in dark pages of the history and of course they have a wonderful geographic position but the impression that I had is that it’s people has a sort of x factor. They have been able to reinvent their lives outside rigid schemes, outside of power centers of interest. Not even in Amsterdam I had the same feeling but of course, they have a totally different story. Slovenia has never been a big country that could influence others but it seems they really enjoy their condition of tiny state in the heart of Europe. They are the Slavic version of Switzerland 😍

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      1. The locals call it the Indian building but in any case it is so different from the light facades of the center. I like the style, especially because it is located in a very centered and elegant street. It is the kind of building you wouldn’t expect there but it brings joy and colors ☺️

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      2. I am afraid that it is pretty uncomfortable, at least for someone like me who loves the sun and hot temperatures. They are surrounded by mountains, alps, slopes, in fact they ski a lot.

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