With a thousand rocky islands indented by picturesque shores, Croatia boasts the most beautiful coast Europe has to offer. In addition, many cities are filled with historical remains of Roman and Venetian times, inviting tourists to learn the fascinating stories of ancient attractions.
Trakoščan is a castle in northwestern Croatia that has managed to maintain its historical significance for many years.
One of Croatia's most famous castles is a UNESCO World Heritage candidate.
The magnificent residence of the ruler of the Dubrovnik Republic, in which he lived and worked, without the right to leave the castle-palace.
The main cathedral of Dubrovnik contains the relics of its heavenly patron Saint St. Blasius, they also come here to worship another relic - a fragment of the “True Cross” from Calvary, on which, according to legend, Christ was crucified.
Church of St. Blasius - a Catholic church on the square of the Lodge in the Baroque style, built in honor of the patron saint and protector of the city of Dubrovnik in Croatia. St. Blasius was a physician and bishop who accepted martyrdom for his faith.
On a Croatian banknote with a face value of one thousand kunas the symbol of Zagreb proudly flaunts and the main attraction is the majestic cathedral, the spiers of which are visible from anywhere in the city.