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Resljeva Cesta (Poljanski nasip), 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

Built between 1900 and 1901, the Dragon Bridge is one of Ljubljana's most typical examples of Art Nouveau architecture. It is Slovenia's first bridge paved with asphalt, Ljubljana's first reinforced concrete bridge and one of the earliest reinforced concrete bridges in ... (See all)

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  • ConsuL

    мост как мост.драконы облезлые.полно машин,пешеходов и туристов. но все ж достопремичательность ;)

    ConsuL · March 26
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  • Katrin

    Dragons, what else :)

    Katrin · March 22
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  • Burcu B.

    Nothing special. Those green dragon sculptures are a bit scary though

    Burcu Bayrak · March 22
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  • Daria K.

    Рядом местный рынок. Работает по выходным.

    Daria Korolkova · January 19
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  • Ersin I.

    İçinden nehir geçen kaç şehir var ki bu şekilde güzel köprülerle iki yakası bir araya gelsin.

    Ersin Istek · August 21, 2014
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  • gamze k.

    Burada fotoğraf çektirmeyeni dövüyorlar 🙈

    gamze k · October 19, 2013
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  • Luca V.

    The most beautiful bridge in Ljubljana. I arrived there at night and it is impressive!

    Luca Veraldi · October 6, 2013
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  • Alina M.

    One of the most famous Ljubljana bridges with dragon statues. According to legend, this dragon was slain by Jason and his argonauts and since then is a symbol of Ljubljana.

    Alina Maatjes-Siletskaya · May 10, 2013
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  • matt

    According to local legends, when a virgin crosses the bridge, the dragons will wag their tails. Some local people have nicknamed this structure "mother-in-law" because of its fiery nature.

    matt · March 13, 2012
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  • Ales P.

    One of the more known sights in Ljubljana.

    Ales P · March 12, 2012
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  • Miha B.

    Get your picture taken with one of the dragons. It's a must in Ljubljana. :)

    Miha Barboric · May 25, 2011
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