And if you want any more than that, you can go to Wikipedia.
Into the city
Learning about ljubljana
After keeping Til company most of the day, I eventually left her listening to the Catching Fire audiobook just before three to make it to the free walking tour we'd been intending to do every day since we arrived. The tour mostly covered places we'd already seen, but gave lots of interesting background on it all as well. Half the city seems to have been designed by a single architect – Jože Plečnik, who had a penchant for extraneous columns and pyramids, which consequently show up everywhere.
Behind the theatre.
Inside the cathedral.
A library. The surface is supposed to evoke the protruding threads of a carpet. According to the guide it had just been finished when occupying forces moved into the city looking for a base. The students didn't want them to move into the library, which was still empty, so within a few days they managed to fill it entirely with donated books, keeping it safe.
Columns? Must be Plečnik.
Walking home. Nearby I had an incredible vegan kebab with seitan, which really managed to capture the taste and texture of that shaved beef you get in kebabs.
Luxury lunch and further escapades with manca
The last day