Apartman Krobot -Stari Grad

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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 5
  • Apartment

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 5

Type: Apt. / Condo

Apartman Krobot -Stari Grad

beautifule apartman in family house

airconditioning,great terace

50m from see

in front only small pine wood and see

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Katarina K.

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Apartman Krobot -Stari Grad
Stari Grad, Central Dalmatia Islands, Croatia

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Stari Grad (eng. Old Town) is the oldest place on the island, founded by the Ancient Greeks in 385/384 BC as an independent polis of Pharos. At the time of the Roman colonisation it was called Pharis. From the formation of the Hvar commune in 1278, when Hvar became the island's main town, Stari Grad stagnated. The Greek town remained buried under the present day Stari Grad and only some fragmental architectural remains indicate its original lay-out, such as some parts of the 11 metre long Greek walls. These walls are a part of the north city wall, while the east walls are just visible behind the church of St . John. The stone blocks from the city walls were incorporated into the foundations of the bell tower indicates that this was the place where the main entrance of the town was.

Stari Grad is the city of cultural monuments. The most famous are: the church of St. John (raised on the antique foundations of the twin Basilica from the early Christian church - 5th/6th century), the church of St. Jerome (medieval chapel), the church of St. Nicolas (built in the 14th century), remains of the church of St. Lucia (from the 15th century - in 1571 destroyed by Turks), the church of St. Roch (built by Petar Hektorovic in the 16th century), the church of St. Peter and the Dominican Monastery (in this monastery there is museum with the oldest stone-inscriptions on Croatian ground, many archaeological findings from Pharos as well as other precious things), the parish church of St. Stephen (built in 1605 at the place where was first Hvar cathedral) and Tvrdalj (fortified castle of a poet Petar Hektorovic).

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