The Church of Ljubljana, also known as St. Nicolas Cathedral, is located in the capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana, one of Slovenia's most popular cathedrals. The Church of Ljubljana is a landmark building of Ljubljana. Its green dome and two bell towers are the most distinctive features, which can be seen from a long distance. This is a Gothic cathedral. The south wall is decorated with Notre Dame's mourning for Christ and several tombstones. The interior decoration of the church embodies the Baroque style as a whole. The murals were painted in the early 18th century. The altar angels are very distinctive and attractive. It's a beautiful church. It's impressive.
With a strong medieval flavor of Ljubljana, St. Nicholas Cathedral is magnificent. When you look up at it, you will deeply realize that the sky is between the towers of Ghent. The guide says that God has a special preference for Europe, so good sunshine, sky and abundant resources. Mr. Sir said that God preferred Europe because Europeans revered God. The churches are the most beautiful scenery everywhere.
The green dome of St. Nicholas Cathedral can be seen in many parts of the small city of Ljubljana. The reliefs on every door of the Cathedral are different. It's amazing that the interior of the cathedral is decorated luxuriously, especially the Baroque murals on the top.
St. Nicholas Church is the largest and oldest church in Ljubljana. It used to be the office of the Archbishop and it has a very high status. The interior decoration of the church is also extremely luxurious, beautiful statues, luxurious shrines, and the huge organ, which makes the church solemn and peaceful.
Passing through the church twice last year and this year, I couldn't get in. This very Austrian church was built in 1262. It was originally a Roman style church and was destroyed by fire in 1361. Now the church was rebuilt in 1708. The two towers have green roofs and the outer walls are the yellow color favored by the Queen of Austria.
It's worth noting that large towns in Europe are as quiet and peaceful as small towns. Many buildings were built in the thirteenth century. Seventy or eighty years later, they still give people regret. They strongly recommend good places to visit in their lifetime. Give the thumbs-up.