Kastel Sucurac Castle

Kaštel Sućurac, Croatia

In Kaštel Sućurac stands the defensive fortress built in 1392 by A. Gvaldo, the Archbishop of Split. Archbishop Averaldo rebuilt the castle to his summer residence in 1488, and castle gets its final form in 1509. Today, there is the exhibition room 'Podvorje' where one part of archeological artifacts from Putalj is held.

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