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Like the mythical Avalon, unparalleled in its location on a tiny isle set in the middle of the emerald green lake formed by the River Krka, Visovac Franciscan monastery houses a valuable library, works of art and numerous precious items, among which is the sword that once belonged to a famous warrior. 7 KORNATI NATIONAL PARK - the most intricately indented archipelago in the Mediterranean KRKA NATIONAL PARK - natural and karstic phenomena NATURE 1 8 CULTURAL HERITAGE ST. Krka ] F irst mentioned in 1066 in documents issued by King Petar Krešimir (hence its name: Krešimir’s town), Šibenik was founded over 1000 years ago.
4 5 6 Dalmatia. Split. A A Roman Emperor’s magniﬁcent city mere 6 km from cosmopolitan Salona, then the centre of the province of Dalmatia which boasted up to 60,000 inhabitants, Split was protected by strong walls and numerous fortresses, with many temples, palaces, thermae, and which today is the greatest complex of monuments in Croatia dating from Antiquity. The residence Diocletian built for himself was beyond comparison in his time. Although the Palace has lost many of its original features over the past 17 centuries it has been enriched by subsequent architectural and artistic in- terventions.
John of Capistrano is buried; the Baroque fortifications of Slavonski Brod and Osijek - that urban and cultural Pannonian metropolis whose university and scientific environment has produced two Croatian Nobel CULTURAL HERITAGE TOURISM PLUS BROD FORTIFICATION AND MONASTERY (Slavonski Brod) - an 18th-century fortification which ranks among the largest of such structures in Croatia; Franciscan Monastery from the Baroque period OSIJEK “TVRĐA” - romantic old nucleus of the city ODESHALCHI CASTLE AND MEDIEVAL DEFENSIVE WALLS (Ilok) - Renaissance park architecture, church and monastery of St.