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Zadar Dalmatia For centuries the capital city of Dalmatia and today the centre of the region. A city with a rich heritage of world importance, visible at every step. The Roman Forum from the 1st century, St. Donatus’ Church from the 9th century is the most famous medieval basilica and trademark of the city. The reconstructed Romanesque St. Grisigono’s Church from the 12th century and the St. Mary’s bell tower from the year 1105; the St. Anastasia’s Cathedral from the 13th century; the People’s Square with the City’s Lodge and Guardhouse from the 16th century, as well as the mighty fortification walls with first class Sea-farer’s and land gates from the 16th century followed by the Three and Five Wells Squares and many palaces, villas and other historic monuments.

Zadar Croatia The City of Zadar is not only known for its historical and cultural monuments but also for its amply supplied vegetable and fish markets on the peninsula (a part of the old city). The market is daily supplied with fresh fruit and vegetables from the rich hinterland of "Ravni Kotari", the fruitful waters of Lake Vrana and the islands of Ugljan and Pasman.

Its attractiveness is due greatly to its fantastic natural position in the very middle of the Adriatic coast, and to the four National Parks surrounding it: Plitvica Lakes, Paklenica mountain, the unique River Krka waterfalls and a string of wondrous islands called Kornati.

No less attractive are the nature Parks of Telascica, the canyon of the Zrmanja River and the largest natural lake in Croatia – Lake Vrana in the vicinity of Biograd.

Source: Zadar County Tourist Office