This medieval old city built on a hillside between Zadar and Split, facing the Adriatic Sea, the St. Donat’s Church, is the most outstanding symbol of the ancient city of Zadar. The ruins in front of the church are ancient The ruins of the Roman palace. Wandering on the quiet and peaceful island, picturesque!
Just beside the Roman Forum, it is an important landmark in Zadar, a majestic circular pre-Roman style building built in the 9th century. It is now used as a concert hall. If you are interested, you can buy a ticket to visit it, and spend 15kn to climb the bell tower next to the church and overlook the panoramic view of Zadar’s old town. A piece of red roof, very spectacular!
St. Donat Church
Located in Zadar, Croatia
Is one of the famous local landmarks
This circular Romanesque style church
Built in the 9th century AD
Built in the 15th century
The earliest name of the church is the Holy Trinity Church
Changed to current name in the 15th century
Now used as a concert hall~
The pre-Romanesque church with a circular appearance, the Church of St. Donat, is the most outstanding symbol of Zarda and enjoys a special status 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 remains of an ancient Roman palace. The circular appearance of the church is very characteristic.
St. Donat’s Church is a famous church in Zadar and a landmark of Zadar. The church is full of Romanesque and Gothic architectural styles. It is very solemn and solemn. You can climb the tower to overlook the whole view of the old city, which is very spectacular.
This is a beautiful building in itself, a pre-Romanesque church which today is no longer used for religious ceremonies but instead as a museum. The location is unbelievable, right next to the Bell ...
Beautiful building with a lot of history. Is the most valuable monument of pre Romanesque architecture of the early middle age.
This is an awesome ancient church in the old town area of Zadar right next to the ruins of the Roman forum.
Ancient edifice with several buildings joined together in an architectural complex, including the iconic bell tower. Bordering the Roman forum, the view from the sea side is absolutely stunning.
Lovely atmosphere, full of historical beauties in the simplest form. Staff were friendly and very helpful.