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Cultural sights in Croatia

Throughout its extremely rich history, Istria has been the meeting place of many nations and their cultures. The Liburni, the Histri, the Greeks, the Celts, the Romans, the Ostrogoths, the Byzantines, the Langobards, the Croats, the Franks, the Venetians, the Austrians, the Italians, the Slovenians…with their presence, they left the traces that today’s inhabitants of Istria try to preserve, ennoble, and update.

Culture in Istria has its roots in ancient history, long before the Romans here had been met heterogeneous civilisations leaving various traces in today’s multicultural Istrian world characteristic and acceptable to tolerant Istrian man and women. People that doesn’t run from it’s past even more use it with heart to create art in various ways of human activities.
We invite you to visit every corner of rich culture, and we belive you will come another time to feed your cultural apetite again.

Cultural sights in Pula

Find all about Pula History, explore more than two thousand years of rich culture…

Cultural sights in Rovinj

Find interesting information about the history and culture of Rovinj…

Cultural sights in Vrsar

Find information on art and cultural attractions in Vrsar…

Cultural sights in Porec

The whole old city centre Porec is a living cultural monument…

Sights in Umag/Novigrad

With ancient architecture and new design, Umag is a popular city for sightseeing…

Cultural sights in Labin / Rabac

The rich cultural and architectural heritage of Labin is enlivened by number of art ateliers…

Cultural sights in Dalmatia and in Kvarner

UNESCO: Historical Core of Trogir

Historical Core of Trogir The old town of Trogir is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1977. Trogir is considered one of the best preserved Venetian city in Dalmatia and the critic Bernard Berenson define Trogir as one of the few cities that include many works of art in so little space.
Historical Core of Trogir Info

UNESCO: Diocletian Palace and Medieval Split

Diocletian Palace and Medieval Split The Diocletian Palace is located in Split and is an impressive architectural complex built by the Emperor Diocletian between 293 and 305. In 1979, the Diocletian Palace has been registered in the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites and monuments.
Diocletian Palace and Medieval Split Info

UNESCO: Dubrovnik Old Town

Dubrovnik Old Town Dubrovnik with its historic center is located at the foot of Mount Srđ, and to this day has kept its urban core consists of the city walls, Gothic churches, Renaissance and Baroque churches and many monasteries, palaces and fountains.
Dubrovnik Old Town Info

Fountain Mali Losinj

Fountain Mali Losinj The fountain with the figure of 2 dolphins in a stone shell was placed in the center of Mali Losinj in honor of the arrival of the drinking water from the Lake Vrana.
Fountain Mali Losinj Info

Baška Tablet

Baška Tablet Baska Tablet (Bašćanska ploča) is one of the first artifacts written in Croatian language. Baska Tablet belongs to the twelfth century and was found in the Church of St. Lucy, in Jurandvor near Baška on the island of Krk in 1851.
Baška Tablet Info

The girl with the seagull

The girl with the seagull The story of the girl with the seagull starts in 1891 when Count Arthur Kesselstadt died in a shipwreck in front of Opatija. In his honor, the family built the statue of “Our Lady of the Sea” on a rock. Over time, the statue was destroyed and on its place was placed the “Girl with the seagull” in 1956.

The girl with the seagull Info

Fort Fortica, Hvar

Fort Fortica, Hvar From the fortress Fortica in Hvar, also called Španjola, there is a beautiful view of the city and the nearby islands of Hvar.

Fort Fortica, Hvar Info

Hvar theatre and Arsenal

Hvar theatre and Arsenal One of the most important monuments of Hvar is his old theater founded in 1612 under Prince Pietro Semitecolo.

Hvar theatre and Arsenal Info