St Peter’s Church (Crkva Svetog Petra) – This small Gothic church, dating from the 14th century, is one of the oldest in the Old Town. It’s located on the small square next to the Cathedral on the corner with Ulica Don Pavla Pose. The simple main facade is embellished with St Peter’s relief made by Bonino da Milano.
St Peter’s relief above the main portal
Interior of the Church has open beams ceiling, as well as thirteen wooden Baroque statues of the Apostles and Evangelists that are displayed on consoles along the walls.
The statue of Saint Peter is on the altar. These wooden pieces were created by an unknown artist from Venice in the 18th century. Old gravestones are dotted along the Church’s floor.
Square with Church and Cathedral
Above photo: St Peter’s Church in the 1930s
GPS Location coordinates: 42.961771, 17.136402