Slovenia Šuštarski most (Cobbler’s bridge)

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Luka Esenko

About This Spot

The site of the present Cobblers' Bridge, built by the architect Jože Plečnik between 1931 and 1932, was formerly occupied by a covered wooden bridge connecting the Mestni trg and Novi trg squares, two major parts of medieval Ljubljana. The bridge provided space for cobblers' workshops - hence the name Cobblers' Bridge.

The bridge offers a great view of the Ljubljanica river and the castle above the city. There are often street artists and musicians performing here which can make for great subjects as well.

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