The City Hall, built in 1718, is a Renaissance-style building in the City Square. On the square is the Kaniola Fountain built in 1751. The three groups of statues on the base of the Kaniola Fountain represent the three rivers of Slovenia: the Sava River, the Kerka River and the Lubljana River.
The city hall is located on the side of the city square. It was built in 1718. It is the seat of the city government. It is also the city museum. It can be visited by tourists. There are some sculptures in front of the city government. They are small and delicate.
The building is magnificent and has a long history. It is worth visiting.
The City Hall of Ljubljana was built in 1718, originally in Gothic style, and later changed to a Baroque style inspired by Venice. The city hall used to be the place where the local people held their weddings, but now they go to the castle for their weddings. The first floor of the city hall is open to the public. The city hall has four exhibition halls, which mainly display the history of the city of Ljubljana, international inter-city cooperation and other art exhibitions. If you have enough time, you can enjoy these exhibitions. Unfortunately, the exhibition is mainly in Slovenian, and the content is generally not understood. Next to the city hall is a Roman fountain.
Works of the late 15th World, masterpieces of architects.
The city government also has fresh air, ha ha ha^^
卢布尔雅那市政厅是特别棒的一个建筑 也是卢布尔雅那的政治中心 非常不错的周边的交通 也是很不错的欧式风格的建筑 很美