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Explore Šibenik in Croatia with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.Individual Sights in Šibenik
Sight 1: Crkva sv. Dominika
Church of St. Dominica, protected cultural good in Šibenik.
Sight 2: Katedrala svetog Jakova
The Cathedral of St. James in Šibenik, Croatia, is a triple-nave Catholic basilica with three apses and a dome. It is the episcopal seat of the Šibenik diocese. It is also the most important architectural monument of the Renaissance in the entire country. Since 2000, the cathedral has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Sight 3: Šibenik Museum
The Museum of the City of Šibenik is a museum of a complex type, and consists of an archeological, cultural and historical, department of recent history and ethnographic department. Within the museum there is also a restoration and conservation workshop. His activity is to collect, keep, processing and presentation of the cultural and historical heritage of the Sibenik area.
Sight 4: Crkva Sv. Krševan
The Church of St. Krševan from the 12th century is located in the old Šibenik city center on the right on Don Krste Stošić Street. The oldest is the preserved sacral facility in Šibenik, originally built in a Romanesque style. In the same street is the Dominican monastery of Our Lady of Rosary.
Sight 5: Saint Michael's Fortress
St. Michael's Fortress is a medieval fort in Šibenik, Šibenik-Knin County, Croatia, situated on a steep hill above the old historic center of the city. Its strategically favorable and dominant position made it the central part of Šibenik fortification system. The location was more or less continuously occupied since the Iron Age, as is witnessed by numerous archaeological findings from the era. The city of Šibenik was first mentioned on 25 December 1066 in a charter signed by King Peter Krešimir IV and verified by his courtiers. It is widely considered that the signing took place at St. Michael's Fortress.
Sight 6: Barone Fortress
The Šubićevac Fortress is located north of the old town of Šibenik, several hundred meters southeast of St. John. It is located at 80 meters above sea level, on a hill called Vidakusa, because, before the construction of the fort, a small church of St. Vida.
Sight 7: St. John's Fortress
St. John's Fortress is an early modern fortress in Šibenik, Croatia, situated atop a hill north of the city's historical center. Named after a medieval church dedicated to St. John the Baptist that had stood there from at least 1444, the fortress, together with the adjacent Barone Fortress, was built during the Cretan War and successfully repelled consecutive Ottoman attacks in 1646 and 1647. A local name for the fortress, Tanaja, comes from one of its structures, a plier-shaped outwork, or tenaille.
Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.
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