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Reviewed August 5, 2017
Maurizio F
Verona, Italy
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This church is a valuable example of the late Croatian architecture built in the byzantine style in the 9th century. Built in the form of three cores with a cupola, with a layout in the form of a cross, covered with sculptured rock in the forms of small squares. Unfortunately at the end of World War 2 the church was severely damaged by a munitions explosion that was kept near the church. It is scheduled for further restoration and reconstruction in the near future.
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Punat, Croatia
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