The whole area just takes you back to a time long gone, and the inside of the church is beautiful, but a little puzzling to us who are used to benches and squares.
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This church is the perfect metaphor for how Christianity consumed paganism. This was originally the site of a temple for Juno, Jupiter, and Minerva. The sacrificial alter and the original columns are built into the groundwork of the church. The surrounding area was originally a...More
It is a very historical and accessible place to visit in Zadar, Croatia. It's history hides between the walls and under its floor ( they used the columns of the Roman Forum as the base of the church). In front there is a museum of...More
Pretty cool church which you pay 20kn to get inside. While the whole church is not old most of it is. Pretty cool place to look around and explore. Takes maybe 10-15 mins total to walk around and enjoy the place. Worth the entrance fee...More
This church has changed hands every 5 years for the last 500!!! Well worth a look, free to enter and very interesting.
It is a well preserved (or maybe renovated?) church. On a hot sunny day there's cool inside it and the 20 kuna entrance fee is enough to keep the crowd away, so you can check the church in relatively calm. However you can check the...More