Chapel of St. Anthony of Padova

  Gustelnica     more than a year ago

This chapel is much more delicate in construction than its cousins as it was not designed or built by Turopolje craftsmen. Although there has been a chapel here since 1678, the last rebuilding was in 1888 and at that time the architect was German-born Herman Bollé, who was also responsible for working on many of the great public buildings in Croatia including the fabulous cemetery at Mirogoj, Zagreb. The interior walls are decorated with floral motifs similar to those found on the folk dress of the region.


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