City Bridge from 1962, 152.2 meters long and 6 meters wide. It connects the new city with the peninsula and it is the most crowded pedestrian crossing in Zadar.
Greeting to the sun
The Greeting to the Sun consists of three hundred multilayer glass panels set at the waterfront level, in the form of a circle of 22 meters in diameter. This unique urban installation absorbs sunlight during the day, and in the evening the circular illumination elements produce a remarkably impressive light game.
The sea organ in Zadar is a unique architectural achievement, an interesting and original blend of architecture and music. Unlike ordinary organs, the sound of these organs comes under the influence of sea energy, that is waves, and ebb and flood.
University of Zadar
Zadar has a centuries long university tradition, whose ecclesiastical education has been mentioned in the 10th century. Today, the University of Zadar is the largest fully integrated university in the Republic of Croatia, with 27 university departments.
Five Wells Square
In front of the Captain’s Tower and the City Wall, there was a deep defensive gate from the 16th century. Today it is Five Wells Square one of most visited monuments in the city of Zadar.
Zadar City Walls are a model of Venetian fortifications, which were inscribed on the World Cultural Heritage List of UNESCO in 2017. The total length is three kilometers, and the walls were built in 16th century by Venetian Republic as a defense against Turkey
Church of our Lady of Health
Church of our Lady of Health was built in the 18th century in baroque style on the site of an older church, as the mausoleum of Archbishop Zmajevic. In the World War II it was completely destroyed, and there was only a belfry and a little shrine. It was restored in 1990 with the valuable donation of Msgr. Simeon Duce, who was buried in this church.
SAINT ANASTASIA CATHEDRAL
Zadar cathedral of St. Stošija (Anastasia) is a three-nave romanesque building, also the largest church in Dalmatia. It was built on two occasions, in the 12th and 13th centuries and the beginnings of its construction date back to the 4th or 5th century.
SAINT DONAT CJURCH
Church of St. Donat (originally Holy Trinity) is the most precious monument of pre-Romanesque Early Middle Ages (9th century) in Croatia and symbol of the city of Zadar, and for its peculiar shape it is one of the most significant of its kind in Europe.
The Town Square is located in front of the church of St. Donat and it is one of the largest in the Adriatic. It is 45 meters wide and 90 meters long.
The church and benedictine Monastery of Saint Maria
Women’s Benedictine Monastery of St. Marija in Zadar is located next to the church of the same name on the eastern side of the former Roman Forum. The monastery was founded by the already existing church in 1066 by Čika, a member of the Zadar patrician family Madijevci and sister of Croatian King Petar Krešimir IV.
Kalelarga is the main street in Zadar whose name originates from the Venetian rule and its name actually means Wide street.
People´s Square is the centre of public life in Zadar from the Renaissance until today. On the site of the Large Square, platea magna, the foundations of municipal institutions were laid in the early Middle Ages.
WALKING TRAIL KOLOVARE
The Kolovare promenade is located by the sea and offers a wonderful view of the Zadar islands, the beach and the sunset. On the beaches there is an Imperial fountain from the 16th century.