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Sacral objects

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The churches of Vis witness a rich history and cultural heritage.
 

 

English Graveyard

The turbulent period of the Napoleonic Wars in the early 19th century turned Vis into an important center of piracy, smuggling, and intelligence.

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Church of St Cyprian and Justina

The late baroque church of St Cyprian and Justina was built in 1742 in the eastern part of Vis, in the region known as Kut. Here, there was once a church built at the beginning of the 15th century, whose remains are still visible in the rear wing of today’s church, with an immured opening of a Gothic window. 

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Church of St George

It was built in the 9th century on a small peninsula situated at the entrance to the deep Vis bay.

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Church of St Spirit

The Church of St Spirit was built in the western part of the port of Vist, in the second part of the 17th century or maybe at the beginning of the 18th century.

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The Church and monastery of St. Jerome

The Church and monastery of St. Jerome were built on the small peninsula of Prirovo at the beginning of the 16th century.

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Church of Our Lady of Spilice

This church was named after smaller semi-caves that were on the site where it was built.

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Chapel of St Vincent Ferrer

In 1462, Dominicans from the Monastery of St Mark from Hvar were given permission from the duke of Hvar to build a house and garden on the municipal land plot in Kut.

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Church of St Nicholas in Dol

The Church of St Nicholas was built in the 15th century from stone, on top of the ruins of the Late Antique period building of which one part of one wall remained preserved (˝opus spicatum˝).

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