II Palače / II Palaces

Kneževa palača/Rector’s Palace Poljana Šime Budinića 3, 23000 Zadar Providurova palača/ Providur’s Palace Trg Petra Zoranića 1, 23000 Zadar

Ivan Meštović mausoleum – Church of the Most Holy Redeemer

The Church of the Most Holy Redeemer is the last resting place of the great Croatian sculptor Ivan Meštrović and his closest family members: mother Marta, father Mate, brothers Marko and Petar, son Tvrtko and wife Olga. With the construction of this building, he fulfilled his intention to build a tomb for his family, and […]

St. Nicholas Fortress

St Nicholas’ Fortress is a unique monument of the world’s architectural heritage and in 2017 it was inscribed on the UNESCO World heritage List as part of the nomination ”The Defence System of the Republic of Venice between the 16th and 17th Centuries”. Since mid-June 2019. St Nicholas’ Fortress opened its doors to visitors.

Civitas Sarca

As part of the project Civitas Sacra, the Interpretation Centre of the Cathedral of St James was built and organised inside the mediaeval Palace Galbiani, a four-storey edifice located in the very heart of the old town of Šibenik, just one hundred metres from UNESCO’s crown jewel, followed by the erection of the children’s playground […]

Museum of Ancient Glass

Welcome to the Museum of Ancient Glass, a unique cultural institution not only in Croatia, but also worldwide. The Museum of Ancient Glass was founded on June 9, 2006 by a decree of the Government of the Republic of Croatia, and it was ceremoniously opened on May 5, 2009.

National Museum Zadar

The Zadar National Museum is a participant in the development of public museum activity, which has been going on since 1832. The fund of today’s museum numbers around 100,000 objects and represents the heritage capital that manifests the identity of Zadar and Zadar County through the communication of natural and cultural values.