Slovenia Tabor Church at Cerovo

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Luka Esenko

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Tabor Cerovo is one of the rare anti-Turkish camps in Slovenia that has been preserved to this day. It was built at the end of the 15th century, on a scenic hill, near the Županova jama (Mayor's Cave). The small church, dedicated to St. Nicholas, was established around the 13th century, most likely on the remains of an older settlement. At the beginning of the 16th century, farmers built a wall around it for protection against Turkish invasions. In addition to protecting lives, the tabor (camp) also served as a storage place for food and other valuables of the farmers.

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