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“The Church of St Donatus is a church located in Zadar, Croatia. Its name refers to Donatus of Zadar, who began construction on this church in the 9th century and ended it on the northeastern part of the Roman forum.”
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“Most beautiful museum display in Zadar, with a hint of benedictian monastery mistery. ”
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“It was built in the Romanesque style and consecrated in 1175, and was named after St. Krševans martyr, patron saint of Zadar. ”
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“Built in the 11th century, the Church of St. Mary has undergone a variety of renovations and alterations over the years. The current church boasts a Renaissance façade and a lovely bell tower, known as Koloman's Tower, a splendid Romanesque structure dating from the 12th century. Next to the church stands the old monastery, which now houses the Museum of Church Art, with its fascinating collection of gold pieces, paintings, and sculptures. Also of interest is an attraction called Gold and Silver of Zadar in the 11th-century Church of Sv. Nediljica. In addition to its many fine gold pieces, the museum also houses numerous important religious relics, including remnants of saints and important bishops, as well as antique clothing and fabrics.”
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“East of Narodni trg is the church named after the most popular patron saint of Zadar. First built in the 5th century, it has undergone alterations until as recently as 1980.”
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“The three-nave basilica with three richly decorated semicircular apse belonged to a Benedictine monastery. It was built in the Romanesque style and consecrated in 1175, and was named after St. Krševan”
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Church
“Small, quiet, historic… just radiates with harmony! Be sure to see the 800 year old mummy of a saint behind the glass if it's avaliable for seeing!”
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Historic Site
“The 17th-century Church of St. Simeon is worth a visit. Here, you'll find the remains of St. Simeon, one of Zadar's four patron saints, kept in a sarcophagus designed by Francesco da Milano in the late 14th-century. On the cedar coffin are gold-plated reliefs depicting the life of St. Simeon and a copy of Capella dell'Arena from Padua, Italy.”
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