Renaissance style, the Land Gate was built in 1.543 in the shape of a triumphal arch with three entrances.
Yje Municipal Loggia was built in the 13th century and rebuilt in 1.565, and it was the courthouse for some years.
From from the Roman era, it was built from the 1st century BC to the 3rd century AD, 45 by 90 metres in size. The column was used as a pillory until the 19th century.
The Town Guard Loggia was built in1.562 by Michele Sanmicheli, and the Tower with the clock was addes in 1.798.
The Roman forum dated to the 1st century AD . It is city’s most famous Roman landmark, which was built by Emperor Augustus in the third century AD.
Narrow cobbled road with beautiful old buildings leaded us to Roman forum. We made a coffee break here. It's so enjoyable to sit in the shadow watchoing people passing by.
This is the park near the Five wells square, I'm not sure what's its name but it's kinda nice to see....
I love palm trees and I couldn't help myself, I just had to take this few pictures.... Hope you like them
These are taken near the Pillar of Shame.
Gradska Loža (City Lodge) stands on Narodni Trg (Peoples square). It was built in 1565 by Gian Girolamo Sanmicheli as a city tribunal. It nowadays serves as a stunning exhibition space.
Clock tower of St.Stošija
Clock tower is part of the cathedral of St.Stošija, and you can go inside and have a great view of the whole Zadar area.
The entrance toll is 10kn(1.5Euro) for adults and 5kn(0,75Euro) for kids.
Church of St.Dominic
The gothic Church of St. Dominic used to stand west of the Land gate. The first university mentioned in 1396 was a part of the monastery.
Visitin old part of town, surroundings, islands
Don??t make a mistake and go only on beach, visit a 3000 years old town penninsula, National park Kornati, surroundings and more.
- Sailing and Boating
- National/State Park
Popular market as in other cities i saw..Whatever you want you can find it here..above all vegetarian food
I dont do much memories about this moment
This part of the citadel is the widest and where you can see more ruins of the past...churches, columns,peddlers everywhere
SUNSET IN ZADAR HARBOUR
Gorgeous sight this afternoon...the twilight looking to West, in front of one of the hundreds islands around the mainland..
Time before to be ready to get party into the citadel
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