The church, built in the 9th century AD facing the Adriatic Sea, is one of Zardar's famous buildings, with its ruins as the ruins of ancient Roman palaces.
This medieval city built on the hill between Zadar and Split, facing the Adriatic Sea of Saint Donat Church, is the most outstanding symbol of the ancient city of Zadar, the ruins in front of the church are the ruins of ancient Roman palaces. Walking on the quiet and peaceful island, picturesque!
Just beside the Roman Square, an important landmark of Zardar, a grand, circular, former Roman-style building built in the 9th century. It is now used as a concert hall. If you are interested, you can buy tickets to visit, spend 15kn on the clock tower next to the church, overlooking the panoramic view of the old city of Zardar. A red roof, very spectacular!
The circularly-looking former Romanesque church, the Church of Saint Donat, is Zarda's most outstanding symbol, enjoys a special place among the 14 existing churches in the city. It was built in the 9th century and rebuilt in the 15th century and is now used as a concert hall. The ruins in front of the church are the ruins of ancient Roman palaces. The rounded appearance of the church is characteristic.
The Church of Saint-Donat in Zadar, Croatia is one of the most famous landmarks in the area. This circular Roman-style church was built in the 9th century and was built in the 15th century. The earliest name of the Church of Holy Trinity was changed to its current name in the 15th century and is now used as a concert hall.