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Metelkova District: Graffiti Art In The Streets Of Ljubljana - FootLoose Dev
Before I arrived in Ljubljana, I’d no idea that Ljubljana — which happened to be the tiniest capital towns I’d ever seen in life (even tinier than Thimpu) — also happens to be one of Europe’s greenest and most liveable capitals. With a rich riverside café culture, an exceptionally peaceful vibe, and an old-world European charm, Ljubljana turned out to be one of those rare towns I’d like to revisit any day. But where the overwhelming charm and a chilled out vibe of Ljubljana Old Town enchant visitors and make them want to revisit again and again, there is also an entirely different side to the city — yes, I am talking about the shabby, but the respected graffiti area of the Metelkova district. Where graffiti in many places is considered, and even appear to be, a symbol of vandalism, in Ljubljana’s graffiti area the case was rather the contrary. Here it looked more like an art form. At Metelkova City artistic space, Ljubljana’s own graffiti area, several weird and wonderful buildings stand still, almost harmoniously, for you to marvel at, …