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“Gothic church which is now the Museum of Ecclesiastical Art”
31 Dec 2018
“Very nice church”
The church of St. Barbara is a monument of gothic architecture. It is a single-naved church. The building of the church started at about 1400. Above the main entrance there is a gothic niche with a sculpture of St. Nicholas, the work of the Italian...more
Church of St. Barbara is 50 m southeast of the Cathedral of St. James. The church was deconsecrated in 1806, converted into a military warehouse, and now is the Museum of Ecclesiastical Art. The small Gothic church was built in the first half of the...More
Right next to the main catherdal, smaller but still nice to see, we only saw it from outside, has a nice triple bells on it so great to hear that sound. Not much to say then that, the whole old town is nice.
This is a small church located right near the large cathedral.
I really liked the bells and was amazed to find that the clock actually works.
While I was there the church was closed, however they did have stall located at the front selling local...More
Of course the major attraction in Sibenik is the cathedral. While there we looked at some other places, one of which was this church. It was small, and had an admission fee out of proportion to what was inside. Perhaps if you had specific knowledge...More