We are super excited to announce our partnership with @natgeo!
In the following months, we will take you on a special trip to explore #Slovenia through natural elements of water 💧, fire 🔥, earth 🌱 and air 🏔.
Let's go with the flow in #ifeelsLOVEnia!
Watch National Geographic photographer Ciril Jazbec take a journey of discovery in his home country of Slovenia. LINK in the BIO.
Soča River, captured by @ciriljazbec.
Do you know how old is the Russian chapel on Vršič?
This cultural monument was constructed by the Russian prisoners of the First World War in 1917. It was built to honor the memory of the deceased during the construction of the Vršič Pass road.
Every year, a memorial ceremony is held at the chapel.
Thank you @alexm_visuals for sharing this #itsculturetime photo with us. #ifeelsLOVEnia
Nekaj dni nazaj smo vas vprašali, kaj je umetnost. ✨ Dobili smo toliko sijajnih odgovorov, da smo se odločili, da izmed sodelujočih izžrebamo kar tri uporabnike, ki prejmejo 2 vstopnici za ogled vseh razstav v Narodni galeriji. Žreb je odločil, da so to @erikaprimc, @suzibluzi in @cernezan 🎉 Vstopnice lahko prevzamete v galerijski trgovini in si ogledate razstave kadarkoli do konca marca. Čestitamo! ♥️ .
📸: @evropska_komisija 😍
Ljubljana is full of bridges (17 in fact), each of them unique and with their own story.
As well as the famous Triple Bridge and Dragon Bridge, I really liked this one pictured, which is Butchers' Bridge.
It was once the site of former butchers' booths and there are sculptures throughout the bridge refering to the story of the past. There's also sections of the bridge you can walk on and see through to the river below. Super cool!
Have you been to Ljubljana?