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Plečnikova cerkev v Črni vasi

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Hidden : 01/30/2016
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Na tem mestu sta bila v preteklosti skrita že dva keška:
- leta 2002 -https://www.geocaching.com/geocache/GCA7B5_st-michael-the-marsheantarg

- leta 2007 - https://www.geocaching.com/geocache/GC16BPZ_plecnik-iii

Žal sta že arhivirana in ker smo tudi mi mnenja, da si to Plečnikovo delo skriti zakladek zasluži, smo ga postavili ponovno.


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Cerkev, ki jo je arhitekt Jože Plečnik gradil v letih od 1937 do 1940, je ena njegovih najizvirnejših stavb. Stavba je na zunaj preplet kraške cerkve (zvonik na preslico) z elementi grškega templja. Zaradi močvirnega terena stoji na pilotih, njena konstrukcija je deloma lesena. Skozi vitki in prevotljeni zvonik vodi v cerkev zanimivo oblikovano stopnišče.

Cerkev je bila zaradi varčevanja zgrajena iz cenejših materialov. Štirje z geometričnim okrasjem poslikani nosilni stebri so narejeni iz obdelanih betonskih kanalizacijskih cevi. Razen teh stebrov je celotna notranjost izdelana iz lesa in zato deluje izrazito domače. Les so darovali kmetje iz okoliških vasi. Posebej zanimiva sta oltar ter pevski kor, oblikovan po zgledu kmečkega ganka. Zasnova cerkve je sicer izpeljana iz osrednje ideje Narodne in univerzitetne knjižnice: stopnišča s poprek ležečo čitalnico, pri notranjosti se je arhitekt nekoliko zgledoval po japonskih šintoističnih templjih.

Cerkev je bila v marsičem projekt cele Plečnikove družine. Arhitektov nečak Karel Matkovič je bil duhovnik, ki je služboval v njej in je tudi naročil njeno gradnjo. Poleg njiju sta bila z gradnjo povezana še Plečnikov brat Andrej, ki je financiral večino zidave, iz zapuščine brata Janeza so kasneje poravnali še zadnje dolgove.

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The Church of St. Michael, built between 1937 and 1940 at Ljubljana Marshes, belongs among the architect Jože Plečnik's most original creations. It combines the features of Greek temples with those of the churches of the Slovenian Kras region, which are characterised by open belfries as part of their front façades.

Due to the marshy ground, the church is built on piles. Its structure is partly made of wood. An interestingly designed stairway leads to the doorway in the church's slim belfry with multiple openings. The general design of the church was derived from Plečnik's design for the National and University Library in Ljubljana. Like the library's reading room, the church's nave lies transversely to the long stairway leading to it.

For cost saving reasons, the inside of the church, slightly reminiscent of Japanese Shinto temples, was built with affordable materials. The church's four supporting pillars, painted with geometric designs, were made from concrete sewer pipes. The rest of the elements of the interior were made of wood (donated by peasants from nearby villages), which gives the church a warm and cosy feeling to it. The most interesting furnishings are the altar and the chancel, the latter designed on the model of wooden balconies typical of traditional Slovenian farmhouses.

The building of the Church of St. Michael was a project which, in one way or another, involved Plečnik's entire family: his nephew Karel Matkovič was the local priest who commissioned the building; the architect's brother Andrej funded most of construction costs; the money left behind by Plečnik's deceased brother Janez was used to settle the remaining debts.

 

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