Pilgrimage Route of Emma

The pilgrimage route of Emma connects the places that are directly or indirectly connected with the life of St. Emma (before 995 – around 1045), who is also known as Ema Pilštanjska, Ema Krška, Princess Ema, Ema Breže - Selška, Countess Ema and Hemma in German speaking areas.
The route crosses Carinthia, Styria, Lower Carniola and Carniola and is connected with the route in Austria that has the same name (Hemma Pilgerweg).
Church of St. Emma
The pilgrimage Church of St. Emma is situated on a hill bearing the same name. Today’s church, which was built in 1717, is a successor of a church built in the 15th century. The church was renovated in 1835 and 1927 and is one of the most important buildings of the Baroque sacral architecture of this area.
The pilgrimage route of Emma runs through here and connects places that are directly connected with the life of St. Emma.

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