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Church of St. Petra – Ljubljana

Church of St. Petra is the parish church of the former Ljubljana Parish and the present Parish of Ljubljana – Sv. Peter. It stands at the end of Trubar Road, opposite Croatian Square, in the immediate vicinity of the Clinical Center. The present-day church was added in 1731 to the site of the older church from 1358, but may also be older. The first mention of the church of Šempeter and the parish priest dates back to 1163. It is also mentioned in written sources on February 23, 1262. On October 7, 1262 the church became a parish. Around the church there was also a cemetery for all the dead in Ljubljana and the surrounding area. In 1472 it was burned by the Turks, as can be seen from the inscription at the entrance. The church has been rebuilt several times.

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