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Some sources suggest that as early as 1765, the Piran town council considered relocating the graveyard from its current location in the parish garden to a site outside the town walls. However, the new graveyard was not constructed until the Napoleonic period in 1812, following plans by Pietro Gregoretti. In the 1860s, during a significant expansion of the graveyard, architect Giuseppe Moso designed the graveyard church of St. Hermagoras and Fortunatus, along with the entrance vestibule, in a typical neo-Gothic style. These structures were consecrated by Monsignor Bartolomeo Legat, the bishop of Trieste and Koper, in 1862.