About Zadar

Zadar, a city on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, is known for the Roman and Venetian ruins of its peninsular Old Town. There are several Venetian gates in the city walls. Surrounding the Roman-era Forum is 11th century St. Mary’s Convent, with religious art dating to the 8th century. There is also the grand, 12th-century St. Anastasia’s Cathedral and the round, 9th-century pre-Romanesque church of St. Donatus. The Riva, or seaside promenade, is popular for strolling and sunset viewing. The Sea Organ, which looks like steps descending into the sea, is an enormous musical instrument played by the movement of wind and water; the Sun Salutation is another Old Town installation by the same artist, Nikola Bašić. The Archaeological Museum presents an extensive survey of pieces from the city’s long, tumultuous history. East of Old Town, pebbly Kolovare Beach offers bars and restaurants. Just offshore, Kornati National Park offers sailing, diving, and snorkeling.
Muzej iluzija

Muzej iluzija or Museum of Illusions in Zadar holds a kaleidoscope, an illusion of a chair, optical illusions, holograms, an illusion of an indented face, a table of clones, tricky rings, a head on a table, gramophones, a bottomless hole, a room of mirrors and various other visual deceptions. At the Museum of Illusions in Zadar, there is a smart playroom with quizzes, puzzles, impossible knots, tricks, and mathematical games.
Archaeological Museum

The Archaeological Museum in Zadar is home to more than 100,000 different archaeological artifacts and monuments from all cultural and historical periods. The exhibit displays archaeological remains from the period from the 7th to the 12th centuries, most related to the material and spiritual culture of the Croats.
People's Square

People's Square is an iconic ancient square surrounded by an 11th-century church, other historic buildings and has been the core of Zadar's public life. On the square, there are numerous cafes with summer gardens, where tourists can relax and enjoy.

Ošljak is a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea and lies just off the Dalmatian coast between Zadar and the island of Ugljan. Ošljak used to be called Calugerà, after the noble Calogerà family that had owned the island and built its summer residence and gardens.
The Gold and Silver of Zadar

The Gold and Silver of Zadar is a permanent exhibition by the great Croatian writer Miroslav Krleza. It is housed in the Benedictine Convent of St. Mary in Zadar and shows the priceless treasure of the rich past of Zadar from the 8th to 18th centuries, as a town which was an important cultural center, particularly in the Middle Ages.
Church of St. Donatus

Church of St Donatus is a church located in Zadar and the name refers to Donatus of Zadar, who began construction on this church in the 9th century and ended it on the northeastern part of the Roman forum. The church is the largest Pre-Romanesque building in Croatia. It is also an example of the centralized type of the Carolingian period in Europe. The use of the church has varied during its lifetime; during the rule of the Republic of Venice, it was a warehouse, as well as during the French occupation and under the Austrians. The building is currently used as the concert venue for the annual International Festival of Medieval Renaissance Music due to the building's interiors and acoustics.
Sea Organ

The sea organ is an architectural sound art object located in Zadar and an experimental musical instrument, which plays music by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath a set of large marble steps. The waves interact with the organ and create somewhat random but harmonic sounds.
Zadar Cathedral

The Cathedral of St. Anastasia is the Roman Catholic cathedral of Zadar the seat of the Archdiocese of Zadar, and the largest church in all of Dalmatia. The church's origins date back to a Christian basilica built in the 4th and 5th centuries. The museum of art of the church houses the Zadar Polyptych, an early work by Venetian painter Vittore Carpaccio.
Monument to the Sun

Monument to the Sun or The Greeting to the Sun is a monument in Zadar dedicated to the Sun. It consists of three hundred, multi-layered glass plates placed on the same level as the stone-paved waterfront. It consists of a 22-meter diameter circle, with photovoltaic solar modules underneath. The monument, designed by Croatian architect Nikola Bašić, symbolizes communication with nature, communicates with light, while the nearby Sea organ communicates with sound.
Land Gate

Land Gate is one of the best-decorated stone gate that once served as the main entrance to the city. It is located by the Foša harbor with views of the water, it was built by the Venetian architect Michele Sanmicheli in 1543 and features a huge triumphal arch and two side arches, all decorated with images of Zadar’s patron saint, Chrysogonus.
Best Time To Visit Zadar

The best time to visit Zadar is from May to September.

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