Day Trip: Zadar


The old part of Zadar is known for its Venetian gates, Roman ruins, medieval churches (among them: St. Donato and St. Anastasia), Baroque architecture and 19th-century palaces. Though World War II destroyed a large part of the city, Zadar is still an important cultural center with the Archaeological Museum (Trg Opatice Cike 1; 385-23-250-542) and the permanent Gold and Silver of Zadar exhibit at the Benedictine Convent of St Mary’s.

Written by Indagare

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