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Churches, Chapels, Basilicas, Chatedrals and Monasteries in Umag

Umag is proud of its ancient castles, towers, rich Venetian houses, ancient churches and small but striking details, each with its own story. The charm of Umag is not only in its rich history, but also in the present life of vibrant colors and sounds of a fascinating Mediterranean town.

Church of St. Agatha (Novigrad, Istria)

Church of St. Agatha St. Agatha’s Church lies at the old city cemetery. With its trefoil apse, it is an example of Romanesque sacral architecture…

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Church of St. Anthony (Novigrad, Istria)

Church of St. Anthony This church with one nave was built in the Gothic period and was renewed in the 17th century. In the mid-19th century, its sanctuary was enlarged and two side windows were added…
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Parish Church in Savudrija (Savudrija, Istria)

Parish Church in Savudrija The church was built not far from the harbour, on a slightly elevated spot, perhaps to comfort those who are leaving and welcome those who have come back…
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Sts. Pelagius’ and Maximus’ Parish Church (Novigrad, Istria)

Sts. Pelagius' and Maximus' Parish Church The present parish church (a cathedral until 1828) is a basilica with three naves, that originates, according to two different theories, either from Early Christianity or from the second half of the 8th century…
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