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Church of St George (Sv Jurij), Legen, Slovenia
Slovenia

Church of St George dates from the 13th Century.

Foundation of an old Christian chapel and tombs inside the church from the first half of 9th Century were found during excavations. Due to the glass floor all the graves found during archaeological excavations are visible and you can enjoy several centuries of history in only one view.

Copyright: Matjaz Kacicnik
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Uploaded: 07/04/2010
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Tags: church; st george; religion; christianity; slovenia; frescos
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