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A bell from the St. Ambrozo Church, made in 1431, was moved to the tower of St. Kuzma’s Church near the same-named town.  During the World War I, the bell was removed per government’s request…
Nearby the town of Škrljevo, not far from Tabor Hill, one of the guard stations on the rocky hills above Bakar, sit traces of the medieval church ruins, dedicated to St. Ambrozo, an important church…
In the town of Novi, Duke Leonardo (of Krk) called 42 experienced representatives of the 9 Vinodol counties: Grobnik, Trsat, Bakar, Hreljin, Drvenik, Grižan, Bribir, Novi, and Ledenica to create a written law, known as…
Hreljin’s old town (Gradina) represents ruins of the medieval town Hreljin, built on the west side of Vinodol, which proudly stands on high, steep cliffs above Bakarac, which served as its harbor.  In the medieval…
The ancient history of Bakar town is hidden in its name, however the name doesn’t draw its origin from a Croatian word “bakar” (copper, a type of metal).  Rather, it comes from pre Indo-European languages…
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