Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Nin part 2 - The Church of the Holy Cross


I can sit and look at this beautiful church all day....if I could have I would've gotten married in it!!! The Church of the Holy Cross is the smallest cathedral in the world. It's the most valuable preserved monument of the early Croatian religious architecture. Built in the 9th century it is the only religious object in Nin which has remained untouched.

My family going inside...we never tire of it!

We always pray's wonderful...always tear up! :)

Right next to this beauty is my cousin's restaurant Branimir....beautiful stone building, awesome food and service! :) And I'm not saying that because I get special service....I never reveal to the staff that I'm family! :)

If you are ever in Nin I recommend eating at this restaurant....go and sit on the veranda and enjoy the view of the smallest cathedral in the world!

Have you ever been to Nin?

Well...that's it for today.....lots more tomorrow....I warned ya'll that it's going to be Croatia month on my blog! :)


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Michelle said...

Bring on Croatia month! :-) I'm loving it!

Jane said... glad you're enjoying it Michelle!

Susie said...

Loved seeing the photos. Wish I could visit someday.

Miriam Prantner said...

I love Croatia month! What a treasure that little church is!

Jay Gee said...

So beautiful Jane, family and church :)