The ancient city is located on a peninsula and has a well-preserved human cultural heritage for hundreds of years. Picture one is the Zadar Gate, built by the Venetians in 1543. The flying stone lion statue of St. Mark in the center of the gate shows the royal origin of it during the Venetian period. Under the stone lion is the equestrian statue of the patron saint, guarding the history of Zadar
Very, very old city gate, one of the most representative historical buildings in Zadar. It is well preserved and maintained. You can also feel the medieval heritage. There are not many tourists. You can take pictures and play by yourself
I remember this city gate too much. There are a lot of thieves here, and the overseas Chinese are organized as a tourist gang to commit crimes. Everyone must be careful and careful. It is said that these thieves even the police steal, so everyone takes care of the bag.
The Zadar Gate (Triumphal Arch) is a gate built by the Venetians in 1543 and is one of Zadar's landmarks. The flying stone lion statue of St. Mark in the center of the city gate shows its royal origin during the Venetian period. Under the stone lion is the equestrian statue of the patron saint, guarding the history of Zadar. The gates are beautiful and majestic.
Driving to Zadar from Zagreb for about 3 hours, Zadar is a coastal city close to the Ariad Sea, with beautiful scenery, clean and sanitary, fresh air, cool morning and evening in July, very convenient for eating and drinking in the ancient town, and watching the sunset from the sea A big landscape.
The Zadar City Gate is one of the famous local landmarks. It was built by the Venetians in 1543. The well-preserved city gate is very distinctive. The center has a flying statue of St. Mark's stone lion. Under the stone lion is an equestrian statue of the patron saint, as if guarding Zadar History~