Culture church st. Lovre Vivodina

Rich sacral heritage

Today, the feast of St. Vida, the patron saint of Ozalj town, which is dedicated to the parish church in the Ozalj district of Kaptol. Sv. Vid is worshiped as a protector of eyes and eyes, a pharmacist, an actor, praying for protection from thunder, thunderstorms, fire … Therefore, the churches of St. The vision was built on elevations, where St. The vision “sees everything”.
Baroque church of St. Vida is mentioned for the first time in 1349 and was restored in 1668. The one-nave structure of rectangular bases in the source is a Romanesque church with a rounded shrine and bell tower and is protected by the cultural good of zero categories.
Along with the beautiful glass and stone altar shrine of the Mother of God, the ecclesiastical organ created by Josef Brandl in 1908 is a special value, and in 1997 they were restored by the Heferer Art Workshop – the first Croatian workshop of organ, harmony and piano. For 21 years in September, here are the concerts of classical music within the “Orgulje Heferer” cycle.
In the courtyard of the church is the last resting place of the painter Slave Raškaj and the Croatian ban by Nikola Tomašić, born in Ozalj. On the facade of the church can be seen a memorial plaque to the famous linguist Ivan Belostenc who worked in Ozalj and wrote a truncated Croatian – Latin dictionary

PARISH SAINT VIDA (vlč. Josip Jakovčić)
Address: Zrinskih i Frankopana 23
Tel: 047/731-205