A possible future World Heritage Site, Zadar’s cathedral is on the site of a very early Christian basilica that was founded back in the year 300. The building you see today was started in the 1100s and is yet another example of Zadar’s fine collection of romanesque architecture. It was consecrated…
Great Romanesque cathedral with lavish interiors and beautiful panoramic view on Zadar and islands from the bell tower.
Zadar Cathedral, which is also known as the Cathedral of St. Anastasia, blends a number of architectural periods into its fabric. Construction initially began with the Byzantines back in the 9th century, but it was rebuilt again during the 12th and 13th centuries in Romanesque style. Of particular…
Cathedral with a belfry. You can climb the belfry and see the whole Zadar from there.
Zadar cathedral with its bell tower is one of the most beautiful places to experience. Visit the interior of the church and climb up the bell tower (one of the highest points in the whole city).
“Amazing, must see ancient Church... during sommer there are classical musical evenings.”
“Travel into past and enyoj beutifull recreation of glass from the past 5 min walk”
“It is the only sea organ n the world. You can sit on the stairs and listen woe sea is playing the music. The most popular time to be there is sunset. But it is gorgeous in the evening. During the night. In early morning. All day long. ”
“Good atmosphere and cocktails in a very interesting place - city park from the 19th century in the middle of the city centre. Ages 21+.”
“Huge solar panel: during the day cells collect energy from Sun. During night they shine. On the found you can find whole Solar system. Check the Earth. Such a small place in Universe.”