St. Nicholas Church

Mevkuž, Slovenia

Succursal Church of St. Nicholas in Mevkuž was built in the Gothic style (16th century) and has a Baroque bell tower. The Gothic presbytery is preserved.

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Founded: 16th century
Category: Religious sites in Slovenia

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Peter Kerš (3 years ago)
Nice.
Paul Beckmann (5 years ago)
Hospitality is very important here
Срђан Радивојевић (5 years ago)
Лепа црква.
Natalya L (5 years ago)
It is a place of silence.
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