The first two squares flow one into another and then into Gornji trg (Upper Square). All three, representing the Old Town, embrace the foot of Castle Hill and are of a typical Gothic, wreathed design. The houses are almost all Baroque; only some with their axes at right angles to the street have retained their medieval layout. Just as the Cathedral dominates Mestni trg, so the Church of St Florian (1672) dominates Gornji trg. A footpath leads from it to the castle which, together with the surroundings, was laid out by the architect Jože Plečnik.