Historic Sites

Croatia abounds in sites of historical significance, with the remains of buildings from ancient times, preserved medieval cities, Renaissance buildings… The historic centres of Dubrovnik, Trogir and Split (Diocletian's Palace), the Euphrasian Basilica in Poreč, the Cathedral of St. James in Šibenik, Starogradsko polje on the island of Hvar, the defence systems of Zadar and Šibenik and medieval tombstones (stećci) are part of the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Dalmatia

Bridge connecting town of Trogir and Island of Čiovo

Kvarner and the Highlands

Medevial Castle, Grobnik

Dalmatia

Abandoned military tunnel, remaining from the Yugoslav National Army

Dalmatia

Grgur Ninski statue in Split, the work of Ivan Meštrović

Dalmatia

Ruins of Benedictine Monastery, Lokrum

Dalmatia

Knightfall set in Dubrovnik

Istria

Fort Forno, Barbariga

Central Croatia

Mirogoj, Zagreb, McMafia set

Central Croatia

Old Town Varaždin

Istria

Castle, Hum, Croatian Tourist Board

Istria

Old street in Grožnjan, Istria Film Commission

Central Croatia

Frankopan castle, Ogulin

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