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“The Glagolitc alphabet was created by the stylisation of Greek cursive around the middle of the 9th century. Saint Cyril is mainly mentioned as the author of the Glagolitic alphabet who used this alphabet for his translation of ecclesiastical books into the ancient Slavic language. The Glagolitic alphabet appears in two variants: rounded and squared. Supposedly these characteristics were developed later. The oldest Croatian monument written in Glagolitic alphabet, the Baška tablet, is partly written in the round variant, but the specific Croatian variant of the Glagolitic alphabet is the squared variant. It was first mentioned in Croatia in the 12th century and it is most common in coastal parts of Croatia (Istria, the Croatian Littoral, Dalmatia, Zadar and Kvarner island, initially on the islands of Krk, Cres and Lošinj). ”
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“Beautiful panoramic view of the entire Baska bay and near islands. Great hike for those looking to stay fit!”
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“St. Anthony Church. The building of this church began in 1934. It was consecrated in 1939., but the impressive 35 m-high belfry was only finished in the first decade of the 21st century. The Russian Orthodox Church, dedicated to St. Nicholas, was built in 1924 on the initiative of Russians who had fled to Crikvenica after the October Revolution. It has been closed many years ago.”
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“Church Sv. Apolinar, also famous for local festival and culutral event called Apolinar's night”
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“Dating from 5th or 6th c., a true jewel of church architecture on the island of Krk. The stone church is hidden in dense forests and accessible to visitors only when they reach the pebble country road.”
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“In Novi Vinodolski beherrscht die Domkirche des hl. Philipp und Jakob – der „Eyecatcher“ der Küste – zusammen mit dem 36 Meter hohen, weißen Glockenturm die Küstenstadt. Die Domkirche des hl. Philipp und Jakob befindet sich auf dem Hauptplatz von Novi Vindolski. Sie wurde vermutlich im 14.Jh als eine dreischiffige Basilika gebaut.”
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“Sagrađena je 1524. godine na mjestu stare crkve koja je zasigurno postojala još u vrijeme donošenja Vinodolskog zakona 1288.godine, a vjerojatno i ranije. U prvoj polovini 18. stoljeća je proširena, preuređena i barokizirana. Zapaljena je krajem 1944. godine, a obnovljena osamdesetih godina 20. stoljeća.”
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“ Die Dreifaltigkeitskirche ist eine einseitige gotische Kirche, die zu Beginn des 15. Jahrhunderts erbaut wurde. Der Altar wurde vom Modrushal-Vikar Antun Mažuranić (1687 - 1757), geboren in Novi Vinodolski, angefert”
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