On this tiny square, you can admire the former monastery and the Capuchin Church of St Martha.

At one point, the square was known as the “Campo dei Cappuccini” after this branch of the Franciscan order. Members of the Capuchin order lived here until World War II, when the monastery was dissolved.

The modestly decorated single-nave aisleless church with a rectangular presbytery was built between 1621 and 1624.

Today, the church is used by the orthodox community and adapted to the orthodox way of worship.

Today, the former monastery houses the Koper Centre for Social Work.