Novi Klošter Monastery

Novi Klošter is a former Dominican monastery built by Frederick II, the Count of Celje. It was ravaged by Ottoman raids not once but twice, and was later reconstructed as a mansion while its surroundings were made into a park planted with various trees.
The last owner prior to World War Two had been one Oto Parin. His son Paul Parin, a surgeon, neurologist and psychoanalyst who lives in Switzerland, published over 50 scientific articles in addition to the literary work "the Sure Signs of Change" which has been translated into Slovenian and describes his youth in the Novi Klošter and the cultural and historical traits of the mansion.
This is also the place where the Polzela primary school was first established.



Rogaška Slatina