UNESCO: 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
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: Starigrad Plain
The plain of Starigradsko Polje is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008. The motivation that has included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site is the beauty of its vineyards and olive groves remained the same from the time of the first colonization of the ancient Greeks.
Starigrad Plain Info
UNESCO: 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
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
UNESCO: National Park Plitvice Lakes
The National Park Plitvice Lakes is located in the region of Lika in Croatia. The territory is covered by forests, woods, streams, lakes and waterfalls. Plitvice was proclaimed as the first Croatian national park in 1949 and in 1979 became a part of the UNESCO list of World Heritage.
National Park Plitvice Lakes Info
UNESCO: Early-Christian Euphrasius Basilica Complex in Poreč
The most valuable cultural monument in Porec. It was built on the remains of an earlier tri-naval basilica, in the first half of the 6th century, during the period of Bishop Euphrasius, whose name it bears.
Early-Christian Euphrasius Basilica Complex in Poreč Info
Culture in Croatia
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