If you're used to walking around all the other very old churches and cathedrals around Europe, then this really isn't up to much. But worth a 10 minute look around.
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It's a nice place. Very accessible by foot. You can observe the ruins in front of the church as well. It revels a little about the city history. To entry in the church, you have to pay an entrance fee. Not sure if it is...More
This church is located in the heart of the old city so it can't be missed. Unfortunately the church wasn't preserved so only the central circular core is present today. Inside You can see fragments of ancient pillars, stone beams and the remains of a...More
This is the one of several great buildings in Croatia. Maybe my favorite. It's incredible history, position, acoustic inside and magnificent appearance outside will stay in your memory for a life. It is so simply for our today's standards. But, for the time being, it...More
You get a piece of paper and you can read the history of this Church. It wasn't as impressive as many other churches but know that it has been built in 6th century and it used to be served as warehouse, Archeological museum and now...More
Great views over Zadar from the top of the tower and an ideal place to watch the beautiful sunset from. Surprised to find that the tower was designed by an Englishman T G Jackson in the late 1800 hundreds but the design is more than...More
This was an interesting church to visit but there wasn't a huge amount to see inside. The walk up the stairs to the first level provided a good view down to the inside of the building.
In and of itself the church of St. Donat (Saint Donut to the locals) has an interesting history and is worth a visit. The archecture alone reflects it history. Better yet, behind the church and bellower is the largest expanse of Roman forum in Croatia....More