Ursuline Church of the Holy Trinity (Slovene: Uršulinska cerkev svete Trojice), officially Holy Trinity Parish Church in Ljubljana (Župnijska cerkev svete Trojice), also Nun Church (Nunska cerkev), is a parish church in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It is located at Slovene Street (Slovenska cesta), along the western border of Congress Square. It was built between 1718 and 1726 in the Baroque style.
The church was designed by Carlo Martinuzzi, a Friulian architect, and is noted for its extensive altar made of African marble designed by Francesco Robba, who also built the Fountain of the Three Rivers of Carniola which stands on Town Square in Ljubljana. The original bell tower was destroyed in the Ljubljana earthquake of 1895. The current one was built in the 1900s. The staircase in front of the entrance has been partially designed by the architect Jože Plečnik in 1930.
Ivana Jelisavčić | Mar 28, 2018
Very interesting entirior and great acustics
Tadej Peršič | Oct 3, 2017
A nice and quite big church.
Mark Šilar | Jul 28, 2017
A very beautiful church.
Oltion Kuka | Apr 18, 2017
Giorno Arlacchi | Jun 11, 2015
Very pretty to look at.
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