The most famous church in the ancient city of Zadar, you will see it soon after you cross the bridge and walk in. There are not many people, and it feels quite clean. I like Zadar very much. It is not noisy in Split, it has the taste of an ancient city, and people live a more leisurely life.
A typical Romanesque church, the top of the tower overlooks the panoramic view of the old city, the red roof and the blue sea. From time to time, there are cruise ships passing by.
St. Anastasia Church
Is located in Croatia
A Roman Catholic church in Zadar
Its red appearance is very eye-catching
Built in the 12th century
Is the largest church in Dalmatia
The church was in 1202
When surrounded and conquered by crusaders
It was expanded later~
St. Anastasia Church and Bell Tower is the largest church in Dalmatia. Its oldest part is an early Christian church, the current Romanesque appearance was formed in the 12th century. The cathedral was damaged in 1202 during the siege and conquest of the Crusaders, and was later expanded. The towering bell tower is its hallmark. We also visited the church. There was a staff member sitting at the door and it seemed that taking pictures was not allowed, so we didn't take pictures of the interior of the church.
It is the largest church in Dalmatia and is a must-choice place for many young people to hold weddings.
Located in the old city of Zadar, this church of St. Anastasia has a history of 800 years. It is a typical Romanesque church and its status was very high at that time. Although it has broken hundreds of times, it still does not lose the mighty power of the year. It is worth recommending to everyone.