Churches in Dalmatia and Kvarner
UNESCO: St. Jacob’s Cathedral in Šibenik
The St. Jacob's Cathedral in Šibenik is located in Šibenik and is the most important Renaissance monument of Croatia, whose construction began in 1431. The cathedral is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2000.
St. Jacob’s Cathedral in Šibenik Info
The tower and the Church of Saint Cristofer Rab, Rab
St. Christopher has saved the town of Rab by the Normans on May 9, 1075. Today, on this date is celebrated the day of victory of the city of Rab. The chest containing the relics of the saint, dating from the twelfth century, is located in the Cathedral of Rab.
The tower and the Church of Saint Cristofer Rab, Rab Info
The Krk Cathedral is a basilica with three naves of the fifth century. The cathedral was several times enlarged and restored and its interior is rich in works of art, including its marble altar, Gothic statue of the Virgin Mary, the capitals in Corinthian style, the silver shovel, the tombstones of the bishops of Krk, etc.. During the summer many concerts are held in the cathedral.
Krk Cathedral Info
Church The Church of Saint Donat, Zadar
The Church of Saint Donat is the symbol of the city of Zadar, but also the most important medieval monument of Croatia dates back to the ninth century.
Church The Church of Saint Donat, Zadar Info
The Cathedral of Saint Marko, Korcula
The Cathedral of Saint Mark is located in the square of St. mark in Korcula. The Cathedral was built in the fifteenth century by Italian architects and architects from Korcula.
Church The Cathedral of Saint Marko, Korcula Info
The cathedral of Hvar is dedicated to St. Stephen, the saint patron of the city and is situated in the western part of the central square, the largest in Dalmatia.
Hvar Cathedral Info