Slovenian Peasant Revolt of 1515 Re-enacted

19 Apr 2015 / By STA

The small town of Slovenjske Konjice (NE) will try to recapture on Sunday the atmosphere of the 1515 Slovenian Peasant Revolt, the largest peasant uprising in the Slovenian lands within the Holy Roman Empire.

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