It is really nice fountain on beautiful location. I like it and it is perfect that roads are closed for traffic.
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It was created between 1743 and 1751 by the Venetian-born sculptor and architect Francesco Robba (1698-1757), who spent most of his life in Ljubljana and is considered to be the city's greatest Baroque master sculptor working in stone. The sculptures of three river gods adorning...More
Really there is not much point in going out of your way to see it - however it is located in a great part of town that is very worth a visit.
Very nice Italian style sculpture in front of the city hall in the middle of a beautiful square surounded by many shops and restaurants
This is a 17th century creation of Venetian sculpture. You will find this in Mestni trg near the city hall in the old part of town. The fountain is a beauty and it depicts three different Gods.
Down on Mestni trg square in the Old City stands a lovely eighteen century fountain, well in fact it is a replica, the original by Francesco Robba a Venetian architect and sculptor is located at the National Gallery of Slovenia. Surrounding the central obelisk are...More
This is a gorgeous fountain that is quite obviously inspired by the fountain in Piazza Navona in Rome. We arrived at this fountain during a walking tour of the city and were enthralled by the craftsmanship and beauty of this artwork
This is a lovely fountain near the Town Hall but is actually a copy of the original fountain which is now kept in the National Gallery - lovely surroundings!!
The fountain is in the middle of Town Square. It is in front of Town Hall and a short walk from the cathedral. It is a replica of the original which is in the National Gallery Museum.