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This sanctuary is probably the most important Marian one in Slovenia. Many faithful going there give it a special ambience. The basilica is a nice Neo-renaissance building. In the exterior the simple façade contrasts in a harmonious way with the majestic steeple and the big...More
If you are a catholic, it is a must to visit this Basilica. It is on route from Ljubljana to Lake Bled. The painting of Our Lady, Help of Christian was moved to Ljubljana during Second World War to protect the city.
Pope Benedict XVI...More
How you view this site will turn a lot on why you are there and what you believe.
This church became a pilgrimage site and was said to be a place of miraculous healing beginning in the 1860s. Since then, it has been made an...More
My family and I visited this Marian Shrine on our way back to the coast from Lake Bled. Since it was a Sunday, it was very busy at the church. The original painting of Our lady was breathtaking, along with all of the offerings for...More
If you are looking for a place to feel the peace, to enjoy in views is this one of the places where you definitely need to go. There's so much to see and feel. Long history, memories on important people, many prays in the air....More
We had just completed a tour of the breathtaking Italian cathedrals in Rome, Venice, Assisi, etc. This church is not as architecturally beautiful, nor does it have the statues, gold or marble. But when we realized and felt the faith that thousands of people from...More
We stopped by this church on our way north east in Slovenia. Many pilgrims visit this site known for its painting that had quite a history to it. We enjoyed the church and surrounding areas. There was an art display in a gallery on the...More
Basilica is very popular in Slovenia. It is devoted to St. Vitus but all people venerate just Mary Help of Christians, painting of Leopold Layer in the side chapel. Half of the village is reorganized for pilgrims with souvenir shops, some restaurants, traffic regime. Parking...More
It's a nice church. It has some kind of sensor-operated-electrical-doors, so the giant old church doors open, when you come close. At first, it freaked me out, because I've never seen a church with self-opening doors, but then it kind of made sense - God...More