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Forte
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Forte

In middle of16th century in the territory of former sort of settlement of Sv. Martin is the largest fort of Zadar with huge tenals ("clamps"). Given the speed of construction and size, it becomes an example for construction of some Venetian forts. Large space enclosed by two canals contained barracks, cisterns and barutans.
On the location today there is a largest Zadar Park - Perivoj Vladimira Nazora (Vladimir Nazor park). In1968 it was proclaimed a monument of nature. The fort was designed and built by the Venetian army leader Sforza Pallavicino.

Ponton
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Ponton

At the time of Renaissance construction of Zadar fortresses, a decision was made to build a new bastion which sheltered the ancient antique entry into the city. A new main entrance into the city and the new gate was formed, now known as the Door of Foše, which was well-known for its luxuries after the construction. Today, at the location, is the Queen Jelena Madijeka park which was also the first city park. At the age of romanticism, the park becomes a gathering place where many events took place and is known for the Mauritian cafe, Chinese pagodas, Greek temple, exedra, Ledana (park), obelisk and an artificial cave.

Citadel
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Citadel

The medieval fortress of Citadel, reinforced with barbican and canons, became insufficient and Venice makes the decision to strengthen the southern part of the city's defense. They build embankments and build up a part of the medieval Citadel, raised walls "from the sea" and bastions that connect the Citadel with the Ponton bastion via the new Land Gate. In this way, Citadel, in addition to seaside protection, provides support to protect the inland access.

Saint Nicholas
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Saint Nicholas

The Bastion of Saint Nicholas and Saint Francis are smaller bastions built on the southwest side and are named by nearby monasteries. When the Saint Nikola bastion lost its defensive role, within the bastion a windmill was built (Italian "mulin a vento" for windmill). After the demolition of the bastion, materials used to built the bastion was cast in the sea. It was a beginning of constructing the New Waterfront (Nova Riva in Croatian) - the new Zadar promenade and the meeting place where were new buildings and palaces were built. At the site of St. Nicholas's Bastion there is a palace in which the County Hall is housed. A part of the rampart is preserved, as well as the "Approach of the Croatian reading room" that speaks of former gatherings of advanced Zadrans which cultivated Croatian word and literature. The Bastion of Saint Frane still stands, as well as church and monastery.

Kaštel
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Kaštel

Bastion Kaštel (Citadel) is the northwestern keeper of Zadar harbor, in front of which is a canal. From Kaštela (a town in Croatia) to the pier on the other side was a chain that was protection from ships at the entrance to Zadar harbor. In the background of the bastion there was Venetian Kaštel (Venetian Citadel) who played the role of a "fortified fortress" and was used as the last refuge in case of ienemy invasion, but also as a shelter of Venus from rebellious Zadar residents. With the destruction of Kaštela, its material was used to build a bastion named after it. The canal was later buried and now the "3 Wells" cistern is at the location. Little Arsenal (Mali Arsenal in croatian - a tower, barbakan with cannons) is also preserved and at the oposite side the Great Arsenal (Veliki Arsenal in Croatian).

Saint Krševan
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Saint Krševan

Saint Krševan (Krizogon) is the main heavenly patron of Zadar, the martyr and the creditor of the other protector of the city - St. Stošija (Anastasia). At the location today we can see the Gate of St. Krševan - a gateway to the city from the harbor built to commemorate the victory of Christian fleet in the famous naval battle at Lepanta where seven Zadar's ships participated. The whole fleet was formed and set sail to battle from the Zadar canal. The second side door is the entrance to an ever-rich Zadar market where daily fresh food comes from hinterland, island and sea.

Moro
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Moro

While still attached to the walls of Ponton, the Dalmatian Parlament (Dalmatisnki Sabor in Croatian - administration of the Kingdom of Dalmatia), was besieged on the bastion of Moro). Narodnjaci (old Croatian political party), although the minority in the Dalmatian parliament led by Mihovil Pavlinović, managed to gain official use of the Croatian language in the Parliament, the judiciary and the state offices. At the same bastion later was built a production plant of Salghtetti-Drioli, where far-sighted liqueurs were produced. Maraschino and Zadar Cherry Brandy were indispensable in salons and courtyards all over Europe, from Rome to London, from Arabia to Sankt Peterburg.

Building D9 Porporela
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Porporela

Porporela (Shingle) played a significant role in defending the city from the sea as a complement to defense by a fortress system. It is a boulder in the sea made out of hude stones. It stretches along the entire course of the southwest / west coast interrupted due to the entrance to the harbor. It is also situated at the entrance to the north side as a breakwater. First of all, as a mean of defense from ships, which would slip on the porch, at the entrance to the harbor was also used as a breakwater - protection from waves and winds. At the time of Venetian rule, the ships that sailed into the Zadar harbor had to unload four large stones for the porter, as the "cliff" and governor strictly forbade the removal of the barrel from the rocks. The North Porpoise was chain connected to the Chain Gate and thus contributed to the safety of the city harbor.

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G5 - Tenaglia

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Tenaglia (italian for pliers) refers to construction of the fort, which partially closes the vanished space and entry into the fort, such as a pliers, on both sides. Although a similar intervention was carried out on the fort of St. Nicholas in front of Šibenik (the same author), due to the impressive size of fortress Forte, Zadar's performance later serves as an example for some other Venetian fortresses.

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G3 - Borgo

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The name of the village is marked as a trace of today's non-existent street od St. Martin from which the population was moved to the area then known as Babe, now known as Varoš. Known as wine-growers, olive growers and horse breeders, the inhabitants worshiped St. Martin and cultivated a special relationship with the Virgin Mary, influenced by the church of St. Matthew. In the area of ​​today's Gymnasium Vladimir Nazor there was the church of St. Cross and the monastery of St. Mary Called Melta.

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"Neither new ramparts, nor new bastions have yet been sufficient security for the city. At the time of the Battle of Kandia (1645 - 1669), the fortified fortress Mezzaluna (Halfmoon) was built in front of Forte Fortress, with a shallow junction descending towards Ravnice, between Mezzaluna and Forte fortress, the canal was dug into the sea." Abdulah Seferović

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B5 - Riva

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Riva - after the demolition of St. Nicholas' bastion, its stone was immersed in the sea beginning the construction of the River, which was besieged with material from destroyed walls, opening the city to the sea.

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C7 - Porporella

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Porporella (a fort) played a significant role in defending the city from the sea, as a complement to defense by a fortress system. It is a boulder of stone boulders in the sea stretching along the entire southwest / west coast interrupted due to the entrance to the harbor. it is also built in the entrance to the north side as a breakwater. First of all it was used for defense againts ships which would land on the porch. At the entrance to the harbor it was also used as a breakwater - protection from waves and winds. At the time of Venetian rule, ships sailing into the Zadar port were forced to unload four large stone stones as a "cliff" and the governor strictly forbade the removal of date-shells from the rocks. The North part was chain connected to the Chain Bridge and thus contributed to the safety of the city harbor.

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Rožoljo (rose oil) is a drink that represented a style of on time thanks to which Dalmatia and especially Zadar became famous for Maraska (Maraskin - drink). In the 1900s an article in newspaper was published from which we find that "Maraskin enters Windsor Castle and penetrates the Sultan's palace house at the Gate of Peterburg and the door of the Egyptian Potter's Palace. In "Thousand and One Night" we read that Maraskin also used Sultanas; "... he does not change the gentle lips, on the contrary, his pleasing essence is spreading out of the mouth better than any other mint and tastes astonishing. "

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G4 - Olea

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Olea (lat. - olives) - The inhabitants of Varoš, which stretch out until today's Relja, were like other peoples in the Mediterranean - olive growers and wine-growers. These two species are so important to this day, witout olive oil there are almost no meals.

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G2 - Laurus

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Laurus / Laurus nobilis (laurel). Since ancient times the lover has been highly respected as a sacred tree whose branches have been donated to winners and poets as a sign of the greatest honor and glory. In addition to the laurel leaves being an indispensable spice in Mediterranean cuisine, the laurel and the produce of it are considered healing.

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G1 - Carob

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It is known since ancient times and is valued for its fruits. It is also known as "The Bread of St John" because, according dedication, John the Baptist fed him while living in the wilderness. Many Mediterranean treats and cakes are made of it and a specially appreciated Rogačica (Caorb) liqueur. Due to its medicinal properties it is an important part of traditional "home medicine" in Dalmatia.

Dilatation: G

Floor: Ground floor

Apartment: G1

Size: 169,11 m2

Rooms:2

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F7 - Porta Terraferma

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The new Land Gate (completed in 1543) is the supreme work of Renaissance architecture in Zadar and beyond. The Gates are today also known as the Door of Foš, and at that time all over Europe followed the glorious voice. The ancient gateway to the city, that is, the old gateway of Portaferma, led across the plain directly to the main street known as Kalelarga which was the main street in town since Illyrian times for the rule of Liburna.

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F6 - Idassa

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The main entrance to Idass (ancient name for Zadar) stands from ancient times, during the rule of the Libyan Libyan tribe, whose Liburnian country was separated from Dalmatia (with which it was often in conflict).

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F5 - Zeus Faber

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Zeus faber or blacksmith (a champion) is one of the most wanted species of fish in the Adriatic. There are many legends about the emergence of the name of this fish. One of them is that St. Peter the apostle caught the fish with his hands as he was without any tools. He caught the fish and in places where he touched her, black spots remained so this fish was also named Saint Peter's fish.

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F3 - Si

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Right behind the Ponton Bastion is the place of pilgrimage, the church of St. Simon the Goddess which preserves the relics and the remains of the saint. As the venerable gift of St. Simon, Queen Elisabeth Kotromanić orders a special sarcophagus from master Franjo Milan, a chest of exceptional artistic value Best describes the glamor, power, and civilization of Zadar in the Gothic era.

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F1 - Fica

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Fica (lat./tal. - fig) The plant whose cultivation begins far ahead than wheat and barley. In fact, it is considered that humanity is growing of fig tree for more than 12,000 years. It is mentioned in the Old Testament (as in the Torah), the New Testament and in the Qur'an Sura 95 is called al-Tin (Arabic-fig tree) and the verse begins with a figurine of figs and olives. An unavoidable Mediterranean delicacy that was consumed fresh, sun-dried, in jams or as an ingredient of sweet brandies and liqueurs. Just like today.

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E6 - Cosmacendi

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In one of the Cosmacendi Palace buildings was the Dalmatian Parliament - the administration of the then formed Kingdom of Dalmatia. Many significet decisions for Croats and Croatia were ruled in that building.

"The Kingdom of Dalmatia was the Austrian crown country in the Habsburg Monarchy and Austro-Hungarian. The reshuffle of the Monarchy in 1867 found Dalmatia in the Austrian half, separated from Croatia and Slavonia (then in the Hungarian half). However, Dalmatia was legally an integral part of the Kingdom of Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia which therefore wore it the name od Kingdom of Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia on it's army coats. Since 1861, the Kingdom of Dalmatia has had its own parliamentary assembly: Dalmatian parliament with its headquarters in Zadar. It disappeared at the end of October 1918 when the Croatian Parliament proclaimed the independence of Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia with Rijeka and the accession to the State SHS.

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E5 - Jacera

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Jacera means freezer. There were two big freezers in Zad, one in the Moro bastion and one in the Ponton bastion (which has been preserved till today).

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E4 - Mihovil

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Mihovil Pavlinovic, as a representative of the People Party in the Dalmatian Parliament succeeds after introducing the Croatian language as an official after longstanding struggles.

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E3 - Balzac

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"The Zadar Liquor Maraskino enjoyed tsuch a worldwide reputation in XIX. Century that even the immortal Honoré de Balzac (1799 - 1850) wrote about him and Zadar. In 1837 he stayed in Milan and Venice. In Milan he visited the literary salon of popular Countess Clare Maffei (1814-1886), a friend of Cavour, Mazzini and Verdi. There he learned a lot about Zadar and Dalmatia which later literally evoked in the love adventure of the protagonist of the novel Way to Life (Un début dans la vie). The story begins in Venice. Visibly excited, the main hero explains to the gathered society that he has not come to surpass the beauties of the city in Dalmatia from which he has just arrived. He is still under stress from what has happened to him, so he can't remember how this city is called. He only knows that there are liqueur maraskin in it. "Zadar" - helps him one of the present people, "c'est sur la côte" (it is on the coast). Listening to the story of incredible love adventures his friends wanted to find other information about Zadar and Dalmatia. Among others, they were interested in maraskin secrecy. Balzac, a clever narrative as always, ended the story about growing maraska fruit and the production of Zadar's liqueur"

Abdulah Seferović

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E2 - Ratafiya

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The most famous Zadarska ratafiya (liqueur) was Morlačka krv / Sangue Morlacco (Morlanian blood), today known as cherry brandy. On the boulevard of St. Marcele / bastion Moro there was a liqueur production facility (Salghetti, Drioli).

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E1 - Amarascata

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Amarascata is a jar of Maracas, one of products that have been extremely sought in Europe for a long time.

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D4 - St. Krševan

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"St. Krševan (originally Krizogon) is an exceptionally honorable saint in the Catholic Church, especially in our city (Zadar). He is the patron saint of Zadar and on his feast on November 24 the city celebrates it's day. He is presented as a figure knight in armor on horseback on flags of the city and on several monuments and buildings in the city (Land gate, Sea Gate, Town Hall ...)
Legend of St. Krsevan says he was an Aquilean martyr from IV. century and emphasized in the time of Diocletian's exile with uncompromising faith in Jesus Christ. Legend connects him with holy Stochish or Anastasia martyrdom. According to the legend he was a teacher. While Stošija was in the dungeon, Krševan consoled her with his letters.
Krševan himself was put on a great life temptation. He was tempted to renounce faith, apostatize, and if he did, he was offered a high administrative position: the prefecture and consulate of the Roman province. Krševan refused that flattering career not wanting to deny himself and his faith.
Most likely, on November 24, Krševan was killed because of his faith. Historically, it is impossible to determine which year the body of St. Krševan from the City, near Aquila, was transferred to Zadar. Acording to the legend it happened in 649. " source: www.ezadar.hr

Abdulah Seferović

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D3 - Benedikt

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The Benedictine Monastery of St. Krševan, which was right behind the bastion, was an institution that left an extremely valuable trace in history of Zadar with its spiritual action and commitment in fields of education and culture.

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D2 - Anastazia

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According to legend, St. Krševan was the teacher of St. Anastasia the martyr, better known as the patron saint of Zadar - St. Stošija by whom the Zadar Cathedral was named.

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D1 - Porta Marina

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The Marina Gate was open in memory of victory of Christian army over the Turkish forces in battle at Lepanto.

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A7 - Barbakan

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The Barbakan (penthouse) from Arabian barbak-kaneh (gallery for protection of ramparts) was first used for the supporting wall of the fortress rampart. Later barbacane marks an independent tower or a fortress for defense of the bridge - entrance to the city. After the emerge of firearms in 15th century, Barbakan became an independent castle that protects a church. It was the basis for the fortification route.

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A5 - Kortina

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Kortina as a continuation of the citadel (Kortina is a part of 2 bastions, comes from the word "cortina" - a curtain) is a long rampart that descends into the sea and connects the bastion.

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A3 - Fontana Imperiale

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Fontana Imperiale is a priceless renaissance monument that was built at the source of drinking water and served for supplying ships and local residents.

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A1 - Mendula

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Mendula (Croatian for almond) is a rose family tree with edible fruit core.

Floor: ground/plaza level

Apartment: A1

Size of apartment : 192,45 m2

Total size : 253,49 m2

Rooms: 4

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A6 - Foša

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Foša (ita. fossa) is part of former defensive channel over which was a bridge on stone pillars from the Customs Gate (today part of the restaurant "Foša") to the monumental Renaissance doors now known as the "Land Gate" or "The Door of Foša". At time they were built, their beauty and monumentality were spoken throughout Europe. Toda< Foša is the most beautiful town harbor and definitely one of the most romantic renaissance spaces preserved in the Mediterranean.

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A4 - Fortunal

Floor: 1st

Apartment: A4

Size of apartment : 117,96 m2

Total size : 132,66 m2

Rooms: 2

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A2 - Captain's garden

Floor: ground / plaza level

Apartment: A2

Size of apartment : 117,24 m2

Total size : 176,89 m2

Rooms: 2

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Maraština

Dilatation B

Floor: 1st

Apartment: B3

Size of apartment : 129,91 m2

Total size : 152,23 m2

Rooms: 3

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B1 - Pina Nobilis

Dilation B

Floor: Plaza level

Apartment: B1

Size of aparment : 117,26 m

Total size : 152,80 m2

Rooms: 2

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B6 - Muliment

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Muliment speaks about the time and destiny of Saint Nicholas bastion after losing hit's defensive role. There is a windmill on the bastion today (ita. mulin a vento).

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B2 - Armelin

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Armelin - an autochthonous herb apricot. Another old name for armelin is barakokula.

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C6 - Bersa

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Bersa represents one of two inevitable surnames in Zadar's cultural heritage. "The brothers Bersa, from the Dalmatian branch of the Florentine family of Medici, are respectable names of Zadar's cultural and artistic past. Josip (1862 - 1932) was a writer and director of the Archaeological Museum. Bruno Bruno (1863 - 1932) studied sculpture in Vienna and was teaching painting at Zadar Gymnasium. Vladimir (1864 - 1927) worked as a senior civil servant, but is also known as a composer. Blagoje (1873 - 1934), also a composer, was the most famous name of the Croatian modern music and the author of the anthology of the Sunny Fields."

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C4 - Muraj

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Muraj (name of a sidewalk in Zadar) from the Kaštel bastion is where the walls that the citizens call simply Muraj (tal.muralli) begins. This area of ​​Kaštela was then the first point to be hit from a powerfull and dry mountin wind -  bura. Muraj is actually a name that also includes bastions that protect the city from the north.

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C2 - Barkajol

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Barkajola a rowing boat carrying people across the city harbor and to the bay of Jazine. Of the former 27 "lines", only one remained - from Đige to the City. The tradition of Zadar's barkajola is more than 800 year old (since 14th century).

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C5 - Batarra

Dilatation: C

Floor: 2nd

Apartment: C5

SIze of apartment : 156,99 m2

Total size : 168,99  m2

Rooms: 3

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C3 - Small Arsenal

Dilatation: C

Floor: 1st

Apartment: C3

Size of apartment : 156,99 m2

Total size : 175,65 m2

Rooms: 3

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C1 - Maraština

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Maraština is a wine variety from which the inhabitants of Zadar region produced a famous wine - the Zadar Maraština. It is also known as Rukatac and Long white malvasia. In Zadar hinterland, in winery of the Škaulj family there is a new story about Maraština today.

Dilatation: C

Floor: Plaza level

Apartment: C1

Size of apartment : 186,40 m2

Total size : 188,22 m2

Rooms: 3

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Dilatation: D9

Floor: Ground/1st/2nd

Apartment: D9

Size: 220,48 m2

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Dilatation: D10

Floor: Ground/1st/2nd

Apartment: D10

Size: 220,48 m2

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Dilatation: D11

Floor: Ground/1st/2nd

Apartment: D11

Size: 220,48 m2

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Dilatation: D12

Floor: Ground/1st/2nd

Apartment: D12

Size: 220,48 m2

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Dilatation: D13

Floor: Ground/1st/2nd

Apartment: D13

Size: 220,48 m2

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Dilatation: D14

Floor: Ground/1st/2nd

Apartment: D14

Size: 220,48 m2

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B4 - Pulenat

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Pulenat - traditional name for a rare Western wind that, if astounds you at sea, can be very uncomfortable because our ports are mostly protected from the Bura and the South.

Investor
Lignum d.o.o. Zadar

Location
Uvala Dražanica, Borik - Zadar

Status
Under construction

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Telephone
+385 23 492 162

Fax
+385 23 492 174

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+385 91 3006 540

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