The main square of is named after the violinist and composer Giuseppe Tartini, who was born in this city. In the middle of the square is a statue of the violinist and the surrounding buildings with beautiful balconies are in Venetian style and date from the fifteenth century.
Loka Skofja is the main square in this pretty medieval Slovenian village. It's striking because instead of being square and Spain, the tendency there is to have a lot of elongated spaces, almost like a slightly wider street. In the center of this square is a statue of Mary (Marijino ZNAMENJE) that was built to give thanks for prevention against plague and fire. You can also go see the Town Hall that dates back to the 16th century and was restored in 1972, leaving bare Baroque frescoes.
This is the central square of the city, where the modern city centre meets the old town. In this square there are many important buildings, as well as the Franciscan Church of the Annunciation: the central pharmacy, Urbanc palace, the Hauptman House. You can find the famous Triple Bridge, one of the symbols of Ljubljana, a bit further south.
Along with Presernov Square, this is a cultural centre. Some of the surrounding buildings are the country's cultural treasures. Among them, is the University of Ljubljana and the glorious Slovenian Philharmonic. In addition, there's the oldest newspaper in Slovenia, dating back to the nineteenth century. On the other side you can see the Kazina palace and the nice little Zvezda park.
Work has recently been completed on this square, and the new design looks much more attractive. The fountain has views of the Ljubljanica river, and you can go shopping in the area. Due to the 1895 earthquake, the form of this medieval spot changed: it used to be enclosed by the two city gates.