Slovene architecture

St. Francis' church in Capodistria

Damjan Bradač, Maria Leonor Coutinho / 2014

Minorite church of St. Francis of Assisi is a typical Gothic church of a mendicant order. The single-nave church was built in 1268, originally with a three-part chevet. In mid-18th century it was restyled in Baroque manner and was active as a church until 1809. The renovation comprised the floor and minor interventions, such as a display of the original pavement, a niche to display a Renaissance fresco and a new facade element between the church and the adjacent monastery.

Object information

Construction year
2014

Technical team

Architects
Damjan Bradač, Maria Leonor Coutinho
Photographers
Damjan Bradač
Mechanical engineers
Nom biro d.o.o.
Electrical engineers
Elita d.o.o.
Construction engineers
Elea iC d.o.o.

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