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As with all places of worship in Croatia, the churches and cathedrals are beautifully maintained. This is no exception, and has the rather unique feature of having a public street running through the west end of the nave.
The cathedral in Krk is prominently located in the center of old town of Krk. It dominates the view on old town. It is very beautiful and it is interesting to walk around it and explore it. There are some nice restaurants just next to...More
Krk cathedral is a magnificent building which was constructed in the second half of the fifth century or at the beginning of the sixth, therefore when the island was under the Byzantine rule. It’s a majestic complex including nowadays the church of St. Quirinus with...More
It is opposite the Frankopan castle, it is nice, but nothing special from the outside. We didn't go in. In the evening there were two young violinists, creating lovely atmosphere. If you will walk around Krk, you will definitely pass by.
There are many bars,...More
Croatia is a land or Christian culture. For Christ, anybody was welcome. Tourists are not. First, church is closed during some time during the day. This one is not allowed for tourist groups and not for people in shorts or miniskirts. Can you imagine that...More
We stumbled across the main entrance door to this cathedral whilst wandering around the streets of Krk on our first visit one evening. We went back the following day and found It is easy to spot as the 16th. century bell tower dominates the skyline....More
One minute we are walking on Krk’s waterfront, then the next we are walking back into their old streets area and then we come around a corner and here towering above us is a 16th century bellow tower all a part of this lovely Krk...More
Firstly, this is definitely in Krk Town. It is simply known as the Cathedral, locally and has a large congregation. Not always open to tourists, because of this. Opening times are on the front door. Very impressive interior. There are a number of buildings surrounding...More
What is called the Krk cathedral is actually a complex consisting of the cathedral, the Romanesque Church of St. Quirinus (12th century), a bell tower (16th century), the Chapel of Saint Barbara, an early Christian baptistery and an apse. The cathedral itself dates to as...More