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Fountain of Three Carniolan Rivers (Vodnjak treh kranjskih rek)

Mestni trg, Ljubljana, Slovenia
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Mestni trg, Ljubljana, Slovenia
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Reviewed yesterday

This is a gorgeous fountain that is quite obviously inspired by the fountain in Piazza Navona in Rome. We arrived at this fountain during a walking tour of the city and were enthralled by the craftsmanship and beauty of this artwork

Thank dsmith31
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is a lovely fountain near the Town Hall but is actually a copy of the original fountain which is now kept in the National Gallery - lovely surroundings!!

Thank casswife
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The fountain is in the middle of Town Square. It is in front of Town Hall and a short walk from the cathedral. It is a replica of the original which is in the National Gallery Museum.

Thank ValGary2014
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is a replica and has even been further refurbished according to our tour guide. The water only trickles out now due to refurbishment. It used to pour out. It is pretty. Located on the edge of Town Square. It represents three main Ljubljana rivers....More

Thank Shari W
Reviewed 31 May 2017

Unless you're comparing it to Versailles, the fountain is quite pleasant and easy to enjoy for a short while. Walk around it and look at the detail. Usually, it is not an over crowded square.

Thank Anonymous855
Reviewed 26 May 2017

The Robba Fountain also known as the Fountain of the Three Carniolan Rivers is basically in Italian style and stands in from of the Town hall square in Ljubljana. The original was made by the Italian sculptor Robba and it is a replica that is...More

Thank vidhusagar
Reviewed 21 March 2017

This lovely fountain stands in front of the Town Hall (Magistrat) on Mestni trg Square. It was designed between 1743 -1751, by the Venetian sculptor, Francesco Robba, so it is commonly called the Robba Fountain. It was inspired by two fountains in Rome - Bernini's...More

1  Thank Angela C
Reviewed 25 February 2017

Even though this monument is a replica of an original fountain, which is now situated in the National Gallery, it still bears its full beauty. Since it's placed in the city centre you can't (and must not) miss it, due to its importance to the...More

Thank IgorMarkovic
Reviewed 2 February 2017

This beautiful fountain is a focal point of the Old Town. Designed by Francesco Robba, a Venetian sculptor who lived in Ljubljana for most of his life, the fountain is surmounted by an interesting triangular obelisk with Baroque figures at its base. The setting for...More

Thank redeco
Reviewed 22 January 2017

Baroque Fountain of three Carniolan rivers Sava, Krka, Ljubljanica was built by very famous Italian sculptor Francesco Robba. It is made of white marble and is one of city's most recognisible symbols. Here is now a replica, the original is in National gallery.

Thank Barbara M
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