Church of Saint Fosca


This single nave church has all the neatness of a Renaissance building, with just the right modest touch of the Baroque decor.

Its roof is adorned with a small bell fry and while there are no bells there today the church used to have two, dated to the 17th and the 18th century respectively. The interior of the church houses several tombs of the clergy, as well as three altars, one of which is dedicated to St. Francis of Assisi.

The church space doubles as an exhibition space for the sacred art of the Vrsar parish, with a number of fine paintings on display. Some of the paintings have replaced the retables of the side altars, as well. The sacristy was added in 1910, when the church was first restored. The last of the repairs were done in mid-1990s.

It is interesting to note that St. Fosca is considered to be the co-patron of the town of Vrsar, together with St. Martin.

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№11 of 17 places in Vrsar
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Place Location

Ul. Rade Končara 6, 52450, Vrsar


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Евгении Анатольевич
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