The Mountain and The City, Part IV

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Every street leading from there is full of nice little shops, cafes and different eateries. His works can be found all over the city. Fancy a nice boat trip on Ljubljanica River? Learn about the numerous bridges crossing this river.

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You can walk over a few of them. Selected restaurants attract foodies from near and far.

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Snap a photo of the Dragon Bridge. Nice view, pricey restaurant and a glimpse of the history. Also, a lot going on under the castle. They have a smaller free exhibition in one of the towers and bigger not free ones everywhere else. If you have time, check out Metelkova city and some of the local museums, or get a cup of coffee in a local pub and relax next to the Ljubljanica River.

You can visit Lake Bled as a day trip from Ljubljana. I suggest waking up early to start with a walk of the city walls. Walking the York city walls takes approximately 2 hours, and I would break this up into sections, stopping off at key sites on the way. York Minster is the largest gothic cathedral in Northern Europe.

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Take the time to go inside and down to the basement where you can see the original Norman structure of the cathedral walls. At lunchtime, take the time to walk down the Shambles , arguably one of the best preserved medieval streets in the world. Jennifer Wardrip rated it it was amazing Jul 21, Darcy Leerhoff marked it as to-read Nov 08, Guadalupe marked it as to-read Nov 16, Adam Light marked it as to-read Nov 20, Nare marked it as to-read Jul 26, Michelle Downs added it Feb 21, Sarah marked it as to-read Jul 26, Rianna Hampton added it Jan 10, Ruby Dunai marked it as to-read Mar 10, Violet45 marked it as to-read Mar 11, Tom marked it as to-read Aug 31, Dale added it Aug 07, Shawn Pleil marked it as to-read Dec 29, Eric M Gamer is currently reading it Aug 05, Eugenia Valles added it Dec 14, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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    Trivia About The Mountain and No trivia or quizzes yet. On the other hand, more military success for the Bohemians may have encouraged others to begin supporting them who historically held their hand. The Battle of White Mountain. It marked the culmination of the Habsburgs advances after Sablat, pushing deep into Bohemia and finally advancing on Prague itself. With about 15,, men under Count Thurn on the Bohemian side against 27, under Johann Tserclaes, Count of Tilly on the Imperial side, this was the largest battle of the war so far and pitched perhaps the finest commanders either side had to hand at the time against eachother.

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    The battle itself was something of a desultory affair. Neither side was particularly enthused to fight, with both the weather and the fact that neither side's mercenaries had been paid for some time serving to dampen spirits. In the end, what was meant to be a minor probing attack by the Imperial troops created an unexpected opening for an advance and the entire Bohemian flank began collapsing before anyone had much time to react.

    The battle itself was over in under an hour, and the revolt collapsed soon afterwards. The subsequent confiscation of land and property from those on the losing side, and its redistribution to Habsburg loyalists, has seen the Battle of White Mountain become a foundational myth for the Czech people, characterised as the last expression of a free Czech nobility before being crushed by German Habsburg rule.

    The reality of that idea, as with much else, is rather more debatable. Could White Mountain have gone otherwise? Perhaps- the disaster that unfurled historically required something of a string of bad luck for the Bohemians after all, but outnumbered and facing a more skilled commander, it's likely that at most the Bohemians could have forced a strategic draw or temporary reprieve over the winter- Imperial troops had taken most of western Bohemia and were in a much better strategic position after all.

    In such a world, the revolt would likely have fizzled out in a death from a thousand cuts, rather than the dramatic end it had historically, but without the sort of outside help that wasn't forthcoming at the time White Mountain is probably just too late in the day to change the general course of the revolt.