Svetice - church interior

The church and monastery in Svetice were founded in 1627. after Paulines had fled, in front of the Turks, from their much older monastery in Kamensko. Prior of the convent in the 17th century was Ivan Belostenec, author of the first Croatian-Latin dictionary.

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