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  • 1 Cathedral of the Assumption Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    HR - 51280 Rab

    The basilica, consecrated in 1177, has a very simple Romanesque façade composed of layers of pink and white stone. Its sole ornamentation is a sculpture over the portal (a Pietà dating from 1514) set in blind Lombard arches. The interior is comprised..

  • 2 Freedom Square Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Trg Slobode HR - 51280 Rab

    The charm of this small square overlooking the sea (steps lead down to a beach below) lies in its remote location and harmony. It seems to have escaped the passage of time with its ancient tree that throws a little shade and the façade of the 16C chu..

  • 3 Church of St John the Evangelist Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Gornja Ulica HR - 51280 Rab

    This early Christian church was modified in the Romanesque era before being destroyed. All that remains today are the open-air ruins (columns of the apse in particular) in a garden. Climb up, carefully, to the top of the campanile (more a ladder than..

  • 4 Central Street Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    HR - 51280 Rab

    This paved rectilinear street will take you to the Baroque chapel (Sv. Antun), opposite a handsome Renaissance palace, home to a chemists, Dominis palace. Note the Gothic vault and balcony adorned with winged Venetian lions of Tudorini palace, and th..

  • 5 Arba Town Square Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Trg Municipium Arba HR - 51280 Rab

    This square overlooking the port is proof of the town's Roman origins, as its name suggests. It is the site of the former Rector's palace (Knezev Dvor), an elegant 15C-16C Gothic-Renaissance building with twin windows, which is nowadays the town hall..

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