5 Sights in Koper / Capodistria, Slovenia (with Map and Images)
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1. Spomenik NOB
The National Liberation Army monument and the pre-war victims of fascism are located in the village of Marezge in the heart of Kopra. The monument was erected in memory of the villagers who lost their lives while fighting the occupiers. On May 15, 1921, a fascist rebellion broke out in Mariez, threatening voters with not casting a vote for the Italian Nationalist Party. While they were still singing fascist songs, they threatened with bombs and self-immolation. Dropping bombs and shooting at the crowd is reminiscent of the terrorist attacks of Italian fascists. A primary school in Marezga was also named Today after the victory of the crowd was taken over by local Ivan Babic-Jagger. This prompted the villagers to fight with the tools and means they had, so the locals swept them away from the fascists with shovels and gallows and stoned them to death. The rebellion lasted for several days, while the fascists slaughtered civilians and angered the surrounding villages.
2. St Bassus Church
St. Bassus's Church is a church on Prešeren Square in Koper, a port town in southwestern Slovenia. It has the function of a chapel of the Parish of Koper–Assumption of Mary. The building, which dates from the end of the 16th century, at first served as a hospital of St. Nazarius and was consecrated as a church by Koper Bishop Paolo Naldini in 1706. It was significantly rebuilt in 1731. It has a Baroque interior with a single nave and a flat ceiling. The rich Baroque interior furnishings include the main altar with images of St. Nazarius and St. Bassus, a statue of St. Bassus in the vestry, and a Romanesque crucifix from about 1120, later Gothicised, that was believed to have miraculous powers. It is made of polychrome wood and depicts a triumphant Christ.
3. Palača Belgramoni-Tacco
Belgramoni–Tacco Mansion is a mansion in the city of Koper, in southwestern Slovenia. It was built around 1600. It features elements of Renaissance and Baroque, but in general has been regarded as a Mannerist building. The mansion currently serves as the seat of the Regional Museum of Koper. It is protected as a cultural monument of local significance.
The Class U locomotives were Bosnian narrow-gauge steam locomotives of the k.k. Österreichischen Staatsbahnen. A quantity of them was transferred for war damages to the various railways of the localities whose borders no longer fell within the territory of Austria after the end of the First World War.
5. The Gravisi - Barbabianca Palace
Gravisi–Barbabianca Mansion is a Baroque mansion in Koper, a port town in southwestern Slovenia. It was built in 1710. It was the family seat of the Gravisi family, who held the title of the Marquis of Pietrapelosa. Today it is the home of a music school.
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