Hvar Loggia

Trg Sv. Stjepana 8, 21450, Hvar, Croatia

Hvar’s loggia is all that remains of the Governor’s Palace from before the Turks destroyed it in 1571. During Venetian rule (from roughly the 16th to 18th century), it was repaired and served as a courthouse where public auctions would also take place. The elegant façade, with its miniature obelisks and beautiful clock tower, is a fine example of Renaissance architecture.

Written by Olivia Cannell Olivia Cannell

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