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Gospe od Prizidnice

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February 4, 2020
Along the cost, in the centre of Slatine it stands the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary from the XVII century. Following the eastern coast, up the cliff is the nicely located hermitage church of Our Lady of Prizidnica. The church in Prizidnice was built in 1546 by priest J…
May 21, 2019
The Church of Our Lady of Prizidnica, with hermit facilities from 1546, situated among cliffs, lies on the southeast side of the island. The village Slatine is situated on the side of the island looking towards Split. Sanctuary and the church of Our Lady of Prizidnica has been developed by priests…
October 13, 2018
Cliff side Monastery and church
September 24, 2018
Old monastery on cliff. Beautifull view.
March 14, 2018
It is a place with an old monastery and a stunning view on the islands in the archipelago.

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“The two Cipicco/Ćipiko Palaces, the large and the small one, were created by connecting Romanesque buildings. In the front of the large palace, there is a Gothic triphora, a work of art of Andrea Alessi, and the doors quarried by Ivan Duknović. The Southern portal was made by Niccolò Fiorentino. On the lintel, there are quarried angels wearing leaves with the inscription that in translation means Know thyself. In the small palace, there is a yard with an external stairway and the door of Niccolò Fiorentino as well as a relief with the figure of Alviz Cipiko. Alviz was a supracomite of the Trogir galleon that, with the name of Woman, participated in the Battle of Lepanto in 1571. According to the tradition, Alviz Cipiko captured and drowned the Turkish ship Rooster under the command of Captain Ali. The figure at the front of the ship, Rooster, held by a firm hand, was brought to Trogir as a war trophy and exhibited in the atrium of Cipiko’s palace, at the place where today there is a cast, while the original is in the permanent exhibition of the Museum of the City of Trogir. In the library of the Cipiko family, a fragment of the Supper of Trimalchio from the novel Satirikon by Petronius Arbiter was found (nowadays in Paris). The palace nowadays has room for the Folk music of Trogir and the Josip Hatze Music School - DO Trogir.”
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Slatine, Splitsko-dalmatinska županija 21224
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