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Burnum Amphitheatre

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Vlatko
Vlatko
June 29, 2017
Hidden in the heart of the Dalmatinska Zagora region, deep in the rocks and karst and overgrowth with macchia brush, stands a gem of ancient history: the Roman military camp Burnum. It was erected at the turn of the new era, at a position that allowed for control of the passage across the Krka…
Ivan
Ivan
September 11, 2015
A Roman camp set in the NP Krka area, neighbouring beautiful roman arches and one of the most beautiful waterfull of the area, Manojlovac

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“In Otavice, on a hill, there is a Meštrović family mausoleum, built by the famous Croatian sculptor Ivan Meštrović.”
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Establishment
“The fortress is visible in any part of Knin, and is an essential place to visit. In our opinion, it is best for an evening walk to enjoy the amazing view of the sunset on the mountains. There is also a restaurant that offers local cuisine, and is worth visiting just to enjoy a drink with the best view in Knin.”
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Island
“Visovac Island is among Croatia's most valuable natural and cultural values. The Franciscan Monastery of Our Lady of Mercy and the Church of Our Lady of Visovac have stood here since 1445. The complex, together with the beautiful landscape of Visovac.”
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National Park
“The six and second last waterfall, Roški slap, is exceptionally interesting due to its cascades, which the locals called the "necklace" due to the lush vegetation, mills and pillars, some of which have been restored, and much, much more.”
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Church
“The Krka Monastery (Holy Archangel), the spiritual centre of the Orthodox faith, stands 3,5 km east of Kistanje, in a bay on the Krka River. Erected on the foundations of an earlier Eremite monastery, it was first mentioned in the written records in 1402, as the endowment of Jelena Šubić. A church built in the Byzantine style stands next to the monastery. Below the church there are ancient Roman catacombs, which are open to visitors. The monastery was named after the Krka River, which abounds here in plant and animal species, thanks to the water which provides them with life and the peace that is assured due to man’s absence. ”
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Placering
Ivoševci, Šibensko-kninska županija 22305