• HISTORY AND CULTURE
  • HISTORY AND CULTURE
  • HISTORY AND CULTURE
  • HISTORY AND CULTURE
  • HISTORY AND CULTURE
  • HISTORY AND CULTURE
  • HISTORY AND CULTURE
  • HISTORY AND CULTURE
  • HISTORY AND CULTURE
  • HISTORY AND CULTURE
  • HISTORY AND CULTURE

Small church Gospe od Prizidnice is cultural and historical jewel of Slatina. In 16th century, built her hermits Catholic church on the cliffs in the harmony of stone, sea and forest.

Definitely worth a visit and a parish church of the Blessed Virgin Mary with its elegant bell tower, which dates from the early 17th century. Original altarpiece from the 14th century and the remains of an old wooden crucifix attributed to such parts of Paolo Veneziano. If you are lucky and run into a Sunday mass, you’ll enjoy listening to the local church choir, which helps in holding religious services.

Near the church is a primary school – International Eco school. The stone building has opened its doors to the 1913th year and 2013. will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of existence. There you can visit a small ethno collection, collections of shells, and a small botanical garden with a collection of Mediterranean plants.

In the heart of the village near the school is located in an old building, house, built in the traditional way from the local limestone, surrounded by the typical dry stone structure. It has been preserved as a distinctive element of the national cultural heritage.
The picturesque old port at its moorings still keeps more than 150 years old gajetas wooden boats, which are used by local fishermen for years.

TROGIR – town in central Dalmatia, with a well-preserved medieval town on a small island (part of the UNESCO world heritage). Romanesque cathedral. Lawrence (XIII-XVI century) with Radovan’s portal from the 1240th, Gothic loggia (XV century), Gothic palace Cipiko (XV century), preserved parts of the city walls (Citadel Fortress from the fifteenth century).

SPLIT – economic and cultural center of Dalmatia was created at the palace (295th to 305th), which is now built into the old town (part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site) and the Roman Peristyle, Cathedral of St.. Dujam (Diocletian’s mausoleum), the baptistery at the temple of Jupiter, church. Dominica (XIII century), vol. Roch (1516). Etc. Archaeological Museum, the Maritime Museum, the Mestrovic Gallery, the Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments.