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Sightseeing of Trogir
Trogir is a small town in Central Dalmatia in which every stone monument, within the old town centre is surrounded by the sea. In 1997, Trogir was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Trogir's cathedral of St. Lawrence was constructed over four centuries (1200. – 1598.). The main entrance to the Cathedral leads through the Radovan doorway, an artistic masterpiece, built in 1340. In the ante chamber is a Baptistery created by Andrija Aleši Dračanin (a Renaissance sculptor and master architect) (1467). The church tower is 47m high, built in the 14th century and is one of the most beautiful not only in Dalmatia, but also on the Mediterranean coast. While walking through the narrow streets of the town you will see North city gate, City Hall, Church of St. Sebastian, City loggia, the churches of St. John Baptist, St. Nicola, St. Dominic, South city gate and loggia, Fortress Kamerlengo ...
Sightseeing of Split
Meet your guide at Split Riva (promenade) and through the Brass gate enter the Substructure of Diokletian`s Palace, listed in UNESCO world heritage(1979) as one of the best preserved monuments of Roman architecture in the world. During the tour we stop by to see the imperial square Peristil, to listen Dalmatian klapa in Vestibul, to visit the Baptistry of St. John (former Jupiters temple) and Cathedral of St. Domnius (former mausoleum of the Roman emperor, Diocletian). Through the Silver gate take a look of the Splitski Pazar (Split`s open market) – or just stop there to buy fresh fruit and then walk through Cardo street to the North – Golden gate and touch the toe of the Grgur Ninski statue ...
Sightseeing of Salona
Only 15 minutes drive from Split there are remains of the ancient town of Salona which it is presumed was built in the 4th century B.C. and which can still be seen in Soli today. Salona was the port of the Illyrian Delmati tribe, wherethe Greeks and Romans lived. In the 48th year B.C., Julius Caesar proclaimed Salona as the centre of the Roman province of Dalmatia. The town centre had a trapezoidal form, was enclosed by city walls and was fortified by towers. Within it was a complex of town basilicas, and a monumental cathedral with a baptistry and thermae were later constructed. Still today, the peristyle of thermae is recognizable as a place where a bath with furnaces and dressing rooms as well as the Old Christian facilities, connected to the basilicas with activities of St. Dujam was situated. At the southern part are the remains of the forum, the temple and the theatre from the 1st century.
Sightseeing of Šibenik
Šibenik, a gem in the Croatian Adriatic, is situated along the mouth of Krka on the most picturesque part of the eastern Adriatic coast. As the oldest Croatian autochtonous town it was first mentioned in 1066 during the reign of the Croatian King Kresimir IV. The rich cultural and historical heritage of the city is visible in the impressive Cathedral of sv. Jakov [St. Jacob], built by the famous architect Juraj Dalmatinac and is under UNESCO protection. Numerous churches, monasteries, palaces and four fortresses 'frame' the city.
Tour of NP Krka
The largest part of this amazing river’s course is the national park, which in addition to its natural phenomena abounds with cultural and historical monuments. The most outstanding of these are the Franciscan monastery on the tiny island of Visovac and the old mills, which have been transformed into small ethnographic museums where one can see how wheat was ground in the olden days. Heritage interpreters are dressed in traditional folk costumes. However, the main attraction of Krka National Park lies in its seven waterfalls. The widest of these is Roški slap, although Skradinski buk is the biggest and most well known.
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