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The town has a distinctly medieval character and was inhabited since Roman times. First mentioned in 1102 as Castrum Portulense, when it came under the rule of the Aquileian Patriarch. Already in prehistory, it was inhabited, and a prehistoric castle - gradina developed on it. At the top of the hill, in the square, stands the parish church of St. George, a late Gothic three-aisled building with a polygonal apse, built by Master Stjepan from Kranj. It is rich in Baroque sculptures and paintings from the 17th-18th centuries. Next to the church was the municipal palace, while the most valuable church is St. Mary's, which houses a cycle of four painters from the second half of the 15th century.


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