St. Nicholaus Cathedral

St. Nicholaus Cathedral, also referred to as simple Ljubljana Cathedral or Cathedral of St. Nicolas is a cathedral in Ljubljana, Slovenia’s capital city. It is located in the center of Ljubljana, on Vodnik Square, near Tromostovje. The church was first mentioned in 13th century, in the year of 1262 to be exact. It was burn down twice; firstly in 1361 and secondly by the Turks in 1469. It was always recovered, rebuild and redesigned. Ever since the early 18th century home, but also many foreign, especially Italian artist left their hallmark on it. Among others, Jože Plečnik, famous Slovene architect also participated, as he made plans for the new church furnishings.