This oriented church, which was first mentioned in 1668, lies west of the hamlet of Sanabor, in a narrow valley between the Col Plateau and Nanos. The church is surrounded by a wall, within which there is also a cemetery. In the south-western side, a Roman milestone is built into the cemetery wall, marking the Roman road to Emona (present-day Ljubljana). The church is also called "Saint Daniel on the Lake" by locals, as folk tradition says that there was a lake once there. The interior of the church got its present appearance in the Baroque and the 19th century. The ceiling of the presbytery decorated with paintings of gold stars on blue background, and the ribs are decorated with a vine motif. The lunette fields above the high altar feature frescoes depicting Moses, David and Elijah, under which there are ribbons with biblical quotations. The frescoes are the work of Simon Ogrin in 1901. The high altar, dedicated to St. Daniel, follows the tradition of Baroque pillar altars. The altar painting of St. Daniel in the lions' den was signed in 1894 by Henrik Dejak.
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