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Cobbler Bridge is one of the main bridges over the Ljubljanica River in the city centre. The bridge was built by architect Jo?e Plečnik between 1931 and 1932 and was formerly occupied by a covered wooden bridge which connected the two main parts of medieval Ljubljana, namely the Mestni trg (Town Square) and Novi trg (New Square). The bridge provided space for cobblers' workshops, after whom it was named. Its main attraction was the statue of Christ at its south end, which now stands in the Church of St. Florian.

Address: Dvorni Trg
Directions: City centre

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  • Written Aug 8, 2006
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