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Church of St Holy Spirit (cerkev Sv Duh), Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia
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Church of St Holy Spirit, Sloevnj Gradec, Slovenia was first mentioned in 1428. It is well preserved, typical Gothic Church with interior equipment from Baroque. The main attraction are the frescoes painted by Andrej from Otting around 1450. They are depicting 27 scenes from the Passion of Christ.

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