Built Cultural Heritage


St. Ladislaus Church

sacred architecture

Mladinska ulica 4, 9231 Beltinci

1742

The Baroque Church of St. Ladislaus was built in 1742, commissioned by General László Ebergényi. The church was named after King Ladislaus I of Hungary, who was born in 1041. From 1077 he was the king of Hungary. The church is 34 meters long, 16 meters wide and 10 meters high. In 1894, the side chapel was named Ave Maria. Beneath this chapel is the tombstone of the Zichy Counts, the resting place of Count Augustus Zichy, his wife and daughters. In the chapel there is an altar decorated with the relief of the Virgin Mary. The piece is early Renaissance, a Venetian work and can be classified into the circle of Pietro Lombardi.

Information on digitization

Name of site
Beltinci
Other settlement names
Belatinc, Böltinci
Identification number of unit
2871
Location
Mladinska ulica 4, 9231 Beltinci
Persons or organizations tied to history of unit of built cultural tradition
Župnija Beltinci
Protection status of unit
Spomenik lokalnega pomena
Jurisdiction
Zavod za varstvo kulturne dediščine – enota Maribor
Written sources
Sobočan, Š., 1993. General zgradil cerkev. V: Vestnik, 5. avgust 1993, str. 14.
Web page
https://www.beltinci.si/
File name
PMMS_005_C_0001
Resolution
300 dpi
Restrictions on use
Brez omejitev
Date of documentation
2019-08-12
Person documenting
Tadeja Andrejek

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