St. Peter’s Basilica Church, also known as Saxon’s Church and Latin Church, dates since the 13th century. It was built for the Saxon miners and catholic merchants in the 13th century and was used until the 16th century. The remains of the church are located in the old city of Stari Terg. St. Peter’s Church, a three nave basilica, is of particular interest because of its gothic architectural style and construction techniques, as well as for the Byzantine mural paintings, which decorate the interior. Currently, the church is in a state of ruin. Only the foundations in the western part remain, together with the east apse which is partially preserved up to the roof level. Inside the apse, fragments of murals can be seen.