Even in the high season, Ljubljana is quiet, cozy, and uncrowded: a great place to break out of the rhythm of life in megacities and relax. Its old and narrow streets are a pedestrian zone, they are in harmony with Baroque churches, little boutiques, and cafes, creating a unique flavor of the South Slavic city.
Most of the Gothic churches in Poland are made of brick and characterized by the simplicity of form and the lack of rich décor. In the south of the country, there are a few examples of wood and stone constructions, but brick was usually the material used.
Feral cats have either never had any contact with humans or their contacts with humans have diminished over time. They are the same species as pet cats but usually too fearful to be handled or adopted; feral cats are truly wild animals.
Designed in the Neo-Gothic style according to the plans of the Redemptorist brother Gérard at the end of the 19th century, the Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help is one of the five minor basilicas of Paris.
Tomar is a charming Portuguese city, filled with ancient churches, narrow cobbled streets, and traditional white houses. The city is set in a landscape of beautiful valleys, bending rivers, and gently rolling mountains swathed in pines and eucalyptus trees.
The Cathedral of St. Nicholas, also known as Ljubljana Cathedral, is the most illustrious example of a Slovenian Baroque building. It looks unpretentious from the outside, but you must go in – it is magnificent!
With its slender architecture, the Church of the Holiest Savior in Warsaw raises two slim towers into the sky, on top of which there are Catholic crosses. For this reason, it seems that the temple, dreaming of ascension, stretches upward with all its stone power.