Rector’s palace – Dubrovnik

The Rector’s Palace is situated in old town of Dubrovnik. It was the seat of the Rector of the Republic of Ragusa between the 14th and 18th century. It also served as a seat for state administration and Minor Council. Later for many uses such as an armoury, the powder magazine, the watch house and […]

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Kalelarga

Kalelarga or also known as a „Wide Street“  is the biggest, most famous and main street of city Zadar. Every roman town had two main streets, Via Decumanus and Via Cardio. Kalelarga is the Decumanus, spreading from west to east from People´s Square to the city’s famous Forum. Iti s believed that this street existed […]

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The Cathedral of St.Jacob – Šibenik

The cathedral of St. Jacob, situated in Šibenik is the most valuable architectural monument built during the 15th and the 16th century in Croatia. With its beauty, construction techniques and style characteristics it is the biggest and the most valuable object of the architectural heritage of the Town of Šibenik. It represents also a unique […]

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Cathedral of Saint Domnius

Known locally as the Sveti Dujam or colloquially Sveti Duje, this cathedral finds its seat in the oldest building in Split – the Mausoleum of the Roman Emperor Diocletian. The Cathedral of St. Domnius is a complex of a church, formed from an Imperial Roman mausoleum, with a bell tower; strictly the church is dedicated […]

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Zadar – Monument to the Sun

Monument to the Sun or The Greeting to the Sun is an interesting monument in Zadar, Croatia, dedicated to the Sun. Monument consists of 300 multi-layered glass plates placed on the same level with the stone-paved waterfront in the shape of a 22-meter diameter circle. Lighting elements installed in a circle turn on at night, […]

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St Vitus – patron saint of Rijeka

    Saint Vitus is a patron saint of Rijeka, he was born on Sicily and he was a persecuted Christian, probably around 304/305 year under the rule of Emperor Diocletian. Around 600 the first legends and stories about Vitus’ life were told, in fact the first church in his honour was built in Rome. […]

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Euphrasian Basilica

The Euphrasian basilica dating from the 6th century, is the most significant edifice making Poreč recognizable in the world. Because of its exceptional value, it has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1997. Poreč is a beautiful city and each stone is part of a rich culture, art, history and religion. In […]

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Forum – Pula

A central city square Forum is there since roman colony Pola was founded. Today it looks much different than at the time and the temple of Augustus is the only one that testifies of the ancient past. Temple of Augustus, temple remainins of Diana, capitolium and bacilica are integrated into medieval Communal palace that’s the […]

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Zagreb Funicular

The funicular in Zagreb, which connects Ilica Street (the main street) and Strossmayer promenade in Gradec (Upper town) was built in 1890 and has been in operation since 1893. Its 66-metre (217 ft) track makes it one of the shortest public-transport funiculars in the world. In 1934 its steam engines were substituted with electrical ones. […]

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Rovinj – Rovigno

The most visited town in Croatia, what makes it so special? Many call Rovinj the most romantic place in the Mediterranean. For those who are seeking a sentimental atmosphere of the times that have gone by this is the right place. Its restricted area resulted in many small and crowded houses, narrow stone paved streets […]

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