Someone had the courage ... and that one was the Slovene painter Tone Kralj (1900-1975) who, in the years from 1941 to 1944, painted the church of St. Martin, in Slivje. In that risky time of WW II he went over the limits of the terror and painted the church with symbols against fascism and Nazism. The symbols are well hidden but on the other side obvious when looking at the frescoes and the sculptures. This was originally a gigapixel panorama so details are not well displayed with this low-resolution version, please explore the church's gigapixel panorama to see all of the details in Tone Kralj's work.
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