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Korcula Travel guide
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This charming fortified city, built on a promontory, resembles a miniature Dubrovnik. Separated from the mainland by just 1 270m, it protected the island against potential invaders. At its zenith in the 16C, it had 6 000 inhabitants. When times were less troubled, from the 18C onwards, it began to spread outside of its walls along the two bays which encircle the town. The architectural details visible in the streets, particularly musical motifs, are a reminder of the island's great traditions.
Tourist attractions Korcula : Things to see and do
Pl. de Tous-les-Saints HR - 20260 Korčula
All Saints' Chapel, seat of the brotherhood of the same name, is home to interesting religious works of art such as the polyptych of Blaz Jurjev (1439), depicting the members of the brotherhood lined up before Christ, a 15C painted wooden Cretan-Byza..
HR - 20260 Korčula
This island is full of pleasant surprises for hikers, cyclists and lovers of tradition thanks to its inaccessible bays, fragrant pinewoods and renowned vineyards. The east, wooded and hilly, is more beautiful than the west which is largely occupied b..
Strossmayerov trg HR - 20260 Korčula
This edifice, built between the 15C and 16C, has a façade adorned with a superb rose window and a carved frieze depicting fantastic motifs. The interior is home to religious treasures such as the diptych of the Annunciation, attributed to Tintoret or..