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By Barry Swackhamer, July 28, 2018
Arsenal and Marker
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia (county) (Hvar (island)), Hvar — Arsenal / Historical Shipyard, 14th-17th cent.Arsenal / povijesno brodogradilište, 14.-17. st.
Only the English text (bottom) has been transcribed. To view the Croatian text (top), click on the marker image to enlarge and display it. The first Arsenal was built between 1292 and 1331 and it was used as a shipyard for galleys. New . . . — Map (db m127191) HM
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia (county) (Hvar (island)), Hvar — Benedictine Convent and Church of St. Anthony the Abbot, 17th - 18th cent.Samostan benediktinki i crkva st. Antuna opata, 17. - 18. st.
Only the English text (bottom) has been transcribed. To view the Croatian text (top), click on the marker image to enlarge and display it. The Benedictine Convent has been located here since 1664, originally the residential complex of . . . — Map (db m127150) HM
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia (county) (Hvar (island)), Hvar — Church of the Annunciation, 14th-17th cent.Crkva Navještenja / Anuncijata, 14.-17. st.
Only the English text (bottom) has been transcribed. To view the Croatian text (top), click on the marker image to enlarge and display it. The Gothic-Renaissance church was first mentioned in the 14th cent. It had a very important role . . . — Map (db m127194) HM
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia (county) (Hvar (island)), Hvar — Church of the Holy Spirit, 15th cent.Crkva sv. Duha, 15. st.
Only the English text (bottom) has been transcribed. To view the Croatian text (top), click on the marker image to enlarge and display it. The late Gothic Church of the Holy Spirit was built at the end of the 15th cent. by the . . . — Map (db m127247) HM
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia (county) (Hvar (island)), Hvar — City Gate / Porta BadoerGradska vrata / Porta Badoer
Only the English text (bottom) has been transcribed. To view the Croatian text (top), click on the marker image to enlarge and display it. City walls enclose the northern part of the city and they are connected with the Fortica fortress. . . . — Map (db m127244) HM
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia (county) (Hvar (island)), Hvar — City Walls, 15th cent.Gradske zidine, 15. st.
Only the English text (bottom) has been transcribed. To view the Croatian text (top), click on the marker image to enlarge and display it. Building of medieval City Walls started after the decision of the Venetian authorities in 1278. . . . — Map (db m127147) HM
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia (county) (Hvar (island)), Hvar — City Walls, 15th cent.Gradske zidine, 15. st.
Only the English text (bottom) has been transcribed. To view the Croatian text (top), click on the marker image to enlarge and display it. Building of medieval City Walls started after the decision of the Venetian authorities in 1278. . . . — Map (db m127151) HM
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia (county) (Hvar (island)), Hvar — Clock Tower / Leroj, 15th cent.Kula sa atom / Leroj, 15. st.
Only the English text (bottom) has been transcribed. To view the Croatian text (top), click on the marker image to enlarge and display it. Originally in the defensive system of the city walls, Clock Tower used to belong the Duke's . . . — Map (db m127195) HM
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia (county) (Hvar (island)), Hvar — Jakša Palace, 15th cent.Palača Jakša, 15. st.
Only the English text (bottom) has been transcribed. To view the Croatian text (top), click on the marker image to enlarge and display it. Gothic Jakša palace wast built at the end of the 15th cent. next to the southern city walls. The . . . — Map (db m127149) HM
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia (county) (Hvar (island)), Hvar — Paladini Palace, lower, 15th - 19th cent.Palača Paladini, donna, 15. - 19. st.
Only the English text (bottom) has been transcribed. To view the Croatian text (top), click on the marker image to enlarge and display it. The lower Paladini Palace was built by the galley commander and knight Nikiola Paladinić in . . . — Map (db m127240) HM
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia (county) (Hvar (island)), Hvar — Porta MaestraPorta Maestra
Only the English text (bottom) has been transcribed. To view the Croatian text (top), click on the marker image to enlarge and display it. City walls enclose the northern part of the city and they are connected with the Frotica . . . — Map (db m127186) HM
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia (county) (Hvar (island)), Hvar — St. Mary's GateVrata sv. Marije
Only the English text (bottom) has been transcribed. To view the Croatian text (top), click on the marker image to enlarge and display it. City walls enclose the northern part of the city and they are connected with the Frotica . . . — Map (db m127146) HM
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia (county) (Hvar (island)), Hvar — St. Stephen's square / Piazza, 15th cent.Trg. Sv.Stjepana / Pjaca, 15. st.
Only the English text (bottom) has been transcribed. To view the Croatian text (top), click on the marker image to enlarge and display it. Central square in the city of Hvar or Piazza is the largest square in Dalmatia. Originally it was . . . — Map (db m127241) HM
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia (county) (Hvar (island)), Hvar — Užižić Palace (Hektorović Palace), 15th cent.Palača Užižić (palača Hektorvić), 15. st.
Only the English text (bottom) has been transcribed. To view the Croatian text (top), click on the marker image to enlarge and display it. Palace Užižić, earlier known as the Hektorović Palace incorrectly, was built about . . . — Map (db m127188) HM
Croatia, Split-Dalmatia (county) (Hvar (island)), Velo Grablje — Varnenica Na Roskarsnicu1914 (Lookout)
Only the English text (bottom) has been transcribed. To view the Croatian text (top), click on the marker image to enlarge and display it. Vapnenica is one of several local words denoting a limekiln, When burnt, the piled stone burns . . . — Map (db m127145) HM

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