After the Second World War, a Yugoslav labor camp for political prisoners operated in Studenci until March 1946.
The church in Studenci is dedicated to Saint Joseph. It stands on the right bank of the Drava River, bounded by the river to the north and by Bank Street (Slovene: Obrežna ulica) and Ruše Street (Slovene: Ruška cesta) to the south. It is a single-nave church that was built between 1726 and 1728. An older church, dating to 1675, previously stood at the site. The church's bell tower dates from 1742–43. The chancel and the oratory are 1764 works by the Maribor architect Johann Nepomuk Fuchs (1727–1804) and the pulpit, also dating to 1764, is the work of Jožef Holzinger (1735–1797). Other Baroque furnishings by Holzinger and Jožef Straub (1712–1756) were replaced by neo-Renaissance works after 1900.
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- Slovenian Ministry of Culture register of national heritage reference number ešd 3143
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