Piran is an interesting seaside town that has retained its medieval design. It has tightly built houses and narrow streets. These rise in steps from the coastal plane towards the top of the ridge.
The IX. Korpusa Street is one of 11 streets that connects to Tartini Square in Piran. It was named after the 9th Corps of the National Liberation Army of Yugoslavia. In this part is the most famous Consolation Mary's Church. This one was first dedicated to St. Michael. The original form of the church dates from 1439. In the 17th century the church was renovated and now its interior and exterior are in Baroque style. At the main altar from the 18th century you can see a picture of Mary with a child. Also worthy of attention are the wooden frame of the Venetian carver Brustolon and the inlaid wall covering. Near IX. Korpusa Street are located the Kumar and Adamic Streets.
In Kumar Street you can see an interesting portal and the discovery of the underground space. From Adamic Street you can reach the Saint George's Church, which reigns over the city and gives it a special seal.
Piran - IX. korpus Street
Start of IX. korpus Street behind the Venetian House at Tartini Square
Slope on the IX. korpus Street to the promande to the Fiesa and Town W...
Consolation Mary's Church near IX. korpus Street
Consolation Mary's Church in Piran
Consolation Mary's Church - Altar
Consolation Mary's Church - Inside
Kumar Street betwen IX. korpus Street and Bolniska Street
Portal in Kumar Street
Discover of underground room in Kumar Street
Discover of underground room
Crossing of IX. korpus Street and Adamic Street
View of Adamic Street to the St. George's Church
Walls above cliff