Cathedral of Saint Mark
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Korčula, Dubrovnik-Neretva County 20260
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Also called the Cathedral of Korčula, this Roman Catholic cathedral took almost three centuries to build, and was finished in the 16th century with the help of the local Korčula masters. It is one of the most beautiful examples of Dalmatian architecture
It was built by local masters from the fifteenth century to the mid-sixteenth century. It is at the forefront of the city, at the top of the peninsula. In 1557, an organ was placed in the cathedral. Tintoretto painted the altarpiece. The portal is the work of master Bonino from Milan. A new organ…
The Cathedral of St. Mark's is a Gothic-Renaissance building which was built from the end of the 15th c., mostly by Korčulan masters and from local stone from the islands of Vrnik and Kamenjak. Three apses bear witness to the existence of an earlier church. Its first builder was the Korčulan Hranić…
Climb the bell tower for amazing 360 degree views of the old town as well as the mainland across the channel.