Ljubljana

Holy Trinity Church

  Slovenska 21      +386 (0)1 252 48 64     20 Nov 2018
Constructed to a design by Carlo Marinuzzi between 1718 and 1726 from a commission by local merchant Jakob Schell von Schellenburg, and with all the usual additions over the centuries, this imposing Baroque marvel dominates the area it’s located in not least for its unusual, gabled rooftop façade. Part church and part monastery, the former’s interior is somewhat restrained, its main outstanding feature being a Francesco Robba altar carved from African marble in around 1740. The main steps date from the 1930s and are the work of our old friend Plečnik.

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