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Built in the 10th or 11th century, the chapel is on a hill above Selca and Sumartin. One of Brac's smallest chapels and is the only one that has a dome.
This monument is among many of the statues of great men that you will find in Selca.
Brac Cathedral- church of Christ the King: Built from 1921 until 1955 this church proudly represents Selca's famous stonemasons and srtists, renowned for their skills instone crafting. The cathedral is home to the statue Heart of Jesus by famous Croatian artist Ivan Mestrovic. The statue is a asymbol of peace, made out of ammuntion shells and cartridges found around Selca after World War II.
This circular macadam route covers the north-eastern part of the island and connect a coastal settlement of Povlja with Novo Selo on a hill inland. The route goes off the state road and continues downhill south-east to Povlja, where you can visit an Old-Christian basilica from the 6th ct with Povaljski prag, the oldest written testament of Croatian Old Church Slavonian in Cyrillic.
It’s 37.49 km long and runs parallel to the state road. It follows a macadam road westbound along the south-eastern slopes 400 m above the sea level. It goes through hamlets all the way to the airport, where it again goes back eastwards to Selca, first to the coastal village Puntianak and back to the starting point.
Vrhbrača is an old name for the most eastern part of the island, where the circular route follows macadam road in 16,51 km length. Start in the centre of Selca, a lovely stone-masonry village with a beautiful church and over 10 monuments of various historical figures. The whole village was built exclusively in white stone from the island, characteristic of life and beauty of Brač.
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