Franciscan Church of St Leonard
Southeast of Glavni trg is the yellow Franciscan Church of St Leonard, which was originally built by monks fleeing the Turks in Bosnia...
Attached To The Chucrch Of St Leonard, Is The Bright Yellow Franciscan Monastery , Whose Library Contains Some 12,000 Volumes, Including...
On the Old Town's main square, the neo-Renaissance town hall, out of step with the square’s other arcaded buildings, ostentatiously...
Čajarna Stari Most
This is a cute, colourful and family-friendly space by the bridge into the Old Town. It serves many varieties of tea, as well as drinks,...
Sokolska ulica 1 · interesting places nearby
Jakac House information
The Dolenjska Museum administers Jakac House, which exhibits some of its 830-odd works by the prolific painter and local boy Božidar Jakac (1899–1989). The artist visited dozens of countries in the 1920s and 1930s, painting and sketching such diverse subjects as Parisian dance halls, Scandinavian port towns, African villages and American city skylines. But his best works are of Novo Mesto’s markets, people, churches and rumble-tumble wooden riverside houses.
The Dolenjska Museum’s permanent collection of paintings from the 17th to 20th centuries is also exhibited here.