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Thursday Doors 10/3/22: Miklošičeva St., Ljubljana

This street leads straight from the Triple Bridges and the pink church in the centre of Slovenia’s capital city to its central train and bus stations. I walked this street last July on my way to my first vaccination upon finally reaching Slovenia again after one year. I was rather confused and mistakenly searched forContinue reading “Thursday Doors 10/3/22: Miklošičeva St., Ljubljana”

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CFFC: Ordinary buildings of Italy

First I planned to do a compilation of various interesting buildings from my two countries, but then I realised that I wish to show Rome as I saw it three weeks ago after almost two years without a single visit. Monteverde in Rome is where amore’s father lives and when we go there, this isContinue reading “CFFC: Ordinary buildings of Italy”

PPAC: Prekmurje 5. – Lendava Cultural Centre

Do you feel it? A good day. Spring and victories in the air. And one happening building with wings. We are still in Prekmurje, in the head of the chicken which is Slovenia on the map. If you don’t believe me, have a look at my last Thursday Doors post with several doors from thisContinue reading “PPAC: Prekmurje 5. – Lendava Cultural Centre”

Lens-Artists PC: Shapeshifting in style

This is my favourite kind of posts: a compilation of shapes and styles from here, Italy, and there, Slovenia. No wonder I couldn’t stop before I hit 30 photos. I did my best to pair my photos in a way to create some sort of structure, while marvelling at Patti who was able to selectContinue reading “Lens-Artists PC: Shapeshifting in style”

Thursday Doors 26/8/21: Ljubljana Stožice

Even for Slovenians, “Stožice” is not the easiest word and then they put it in the name of the newly built Arena (well, from 2010). Ž is pronounced like the second g in garage and the stress is on o. Try it: sto-ži-tze. It is what this part of Ljubljana, a 15 minutes’ walk fromContinue reading “Thursday Doors 26/8/21: Ljubljana Stožice”

PPAC: Public art in Ljubljana

As I told Marsha, probably two thirds of all photos that I take contain some degree of public art. I find myself saving many for this challenge designed and run by Marsha and Cee who is the host today. All today’s photos were taken in the last three weeks, now that I’m in my SloveniaContinue reading “PPAC: Public art in Ljubljana”