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    Sibenik and what do you need to know

    Sibenik is a town which successfully combines famous history and natural beauties. During your sightseeing visit the famous St. Jacob cathedral, the most important Renaissance building in Croatia. Nature has given Sibenik, a town mentioned by kings, many islands and islets bathed in the blue of the sea and a fascinating landscape of National Park Krka.

    Sibenik is a town of tradition, beautiful nature and hospitability where you will always have something to do. Recently renovated hotels offer pleasant accommodation, and company is easy to find in restaurants, taverns or discotheques and cafes. If you wish for a change, visit the Krka Waterfalls and Franciscan convent situated on the islet of Visovac. You can feel the power of nature watching the roaming waters of Skradinski buk, largest waterfall crushing in a whirl of foam.

    Renaissance left a significant trace on the face of Sibenik, and St. Jacob cathedral is one of the most significant buildings, which we definitely recommend you to visit. Duke's palace is situated very near the cathedral and today it is a home to archeological, ethnographic and cultural-historical museum. The palace itself was once a part of the town's defense system in the 13th and 14th century.

    Sibenik's Town hall is one of the most beautiful town halls in Croatia, and it is a common theme on post cards since this interesting architectural solution of the Renaissance period is one of the highest achievements of urbanism in the region. Unknown architect constructed it in the Renaissance period between 1533. to 1546. Considering the fact that it was finished only ten years after the cathedral, it formed a beautiful Renaissance square that is also worth visiting.

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