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Ljubljana, Slovenia

We rose early before the sun to catch a sunrise, but as we exited the hotel, we realized that the city was blanketed in fog. At first, it was disappointing, until I realized how beautiful everything was! We spent quite a bit of time capturing the old town until it became light, and the fog disappeared. Ljubljana is a beautiful city in Eastern Europe. Many of the beautiful buildings and bridges were designed by Joze Plecnik, an amazing Slovenian architect, in the first few decades of the 1900’s. Fortunately, they were not destroyed during World War I or II or during Communism. Slovenia is a lovely country with much to offer. I recommend a trip there! (This image is found in Urban Landscapes.)