Religious heritage

Church of Saint Gregory , Kobdilj

The late Gothic Church built between 1463 and 1464, is located in the middle of a walled cemetery above Kobdilj.
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Church of St. Anastasia, Brestovica

According to oral tradition, there was also a stopping place and rest area for pilgrims on their way to San Giovanni di Duino/Štivan Monastery.
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Church of St. Andrew, Gorjansko

Church was painted by the famous Slovene artist Tone Kralj.
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Church of St. Anthony the Abbot, Škrbina

It is interesting because of its square nave and gables on each side of the exterior.
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Church of St. Cross, Ivanji Grad

Is perched on an elevation just outside the centre of the village.
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Church of St. Daniel, Štanjel

The Church of St Daniel was built in the mid-15th century and is one of the most important monuments of Gothic architecture in the Karst Region.
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Church of St. George, Komen

On a small elevation in the centre of the village Komen.
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Church of St. Giles, Sveto

It is unique because of the octagonal shape of its nave.
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Church of St. John the Baptist, Volčji Grad

Is situated in a separate hamlet called “Brith” in village Volčji Grad.
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Church of St. Joseph, Hruševica

A small building with a belltower in the shape of a bellflower.
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Church of the Virgin Mary in Oberšljan, Tomačevica

Church is most likely to have been built in 1585 when place was a popular pilgrimage centre.
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The Church of St. Catherine, Kodreti

The original church was situated on the nearby Lukovnik Hill.
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The Church of St. Lawrence, Brestovica pri Komnu

Was built in the spirit of historicism.
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The Church of St. Michael, Kobjeglava

The church got its present-day appearance in the 18th century.
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The Church of St. Peter, Gabrovica pri Komnu

Today’s church was built on the same land as the former church.
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The Tomb of the Fabiani Family, Kobdilj

The tomb of the family Fabiani and and tombstone for Fabiani mother.
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