About this spot
The Ursuline Church (Uršulinska cerkev) was built by the architect Carlo Marinuzzi in 18C. Its undulating façade enhanced by semi-columns and a characteristic gable inspired by the famous Roman architect Francesco Borromini make it one of Ljubljana's most unusual Baroque monuments. Unlike typical Baroque churches it is not painted inside. Still, it keeps a large number of significant works of art.
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