The oldest Croatian royal city

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Inserted: 02.05.2021
Author: Dominika Charvátová ©
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Nin is a small town which, at its peaceful pace, rests on the coast of the southern part of the Nin Bay, about 17 km north of Zadar. Nevertheless, it boasts numerous proud attributes, such as „the city of the glorious past“, „the oldest Croatian royal city“, „one of the main cultural centers of the early Croatian state“, „the seat of the so-called Croatian bishop, whose jurisdiction covered almost all of present-day Croatia.“ with the smallest cathedral in the world "and many more. So it's worth your visit and a short tour.

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