St. Lucy Church

Baška, Croatia

The Church of St. Lucy is a Romanesque Catholic church from the year 1100 with two major medieval Croatian artifacts: the Baška Tablet, and a checkerboard-pattern carving on the bell tower that is suspected to be one of the first instances of the Croatian coat of arms.

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Jurandvor 148, Baška, Croatia
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Founded: 1100
Category: Religious sites in Croatia

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en.wikipedia.org

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User Reviews

Blaž Vincetić (3 years ago)
Really nice exposition, recommend on sitting out the video presentation and a guided tour. Real nice and historic place.
Tomislav Slavić (3 years ago)
Historical place, very well preserved
Mislav Bakija (3 years ago)
Great historic croatian place worth to visit. Nice souvenir shop nearby.
Maja Marosevic (3 years ago)
Very important site for the history of Croatian language.
Boris Vukoja (4 years ago)
Important Croatian History place. In this church the first ever Croatian written language / script was discovered called Bašćanska ploča, and its considered proof of first unique Croatian own letters.
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