Discover the best top things to do in Sibenik-Knin County, Croatia including Rakitnica Fortress, Etnoland, Kljucica Fortress, Velika Mrdakovica - Arauzona, The Vrancic Mansion, Hilltop 15th Century Church of St. George in Old Town Primosten, Fortress of Trosenj, The Wall of Ostrica (Bedem Grebastica), Bribirska Glavica, Channel-Harbour.
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COVID UPDATE NOV 2020: OUR MUSEUM IS OPEN. FOLLOWING ALL STATE SAFETY MEASURES AND BEYOND WE WORK HARD TO OFFER THE BEST POSSIBLE EXPERIENCE! ETNOLAND is a family run historical and cultural site only 10 km away from National park Krka and next to the city of Sibenik. We bring Dalmatian history to life. Go back in time and enjoy our award-winning cultural heritage tour. Experience authentic, interactive and entertaining storytelling. Try the famous Drnis prsut (smoked ham) and enjoy our amazing family style "peka". Welcome to Croatia!
We viisted with a group on a pre arranged visit. Our Guide, Anna, gave us a fascinating incite into the lives of riral Croatians and was absolutely brilllinat. We also experienced the wine and ham tasting. All in all a memorable and excellent visit
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According to the finds and its position, some identify Velika Mrdakovica with Arauzona, a Liburnian settlement described by Plinius in his travelogues. Judging by the rich finds of metal buckles and jewellery, old money and fragments of glass and ceramics, it is quite safe to say so.
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The land was mostly owned by noble families from Sibenik that build country houses on the island, among which is the mansion of the famous Vrancic family. The most celebrated representative of this family is Faust Vrancic, the author of numerous works such as “Machinae novae” and “Dictionary of the five noblest languages of Europe”.
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Very nice place to visit if you are in Primosten. Great view and very good place to take photos. I like it.
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The fortress of Trosenj, situated on the right bank of the river Krka, belonged to the Croatian noblemen Subic Bribirski. It was constructed for controlling the bridge over the river Krka towards the Town of Necven, which was strategically very important.
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In the settlement of Bribir, 15 km far from Skradin, there is an attractive site named Bribirska glavica, the centre of the Croatian state in the 13c and cultural monument of the highest category. This archaeological site is known as the "Croatian Troy" - it is one of the most important archaeological sites in Croatia, where it is possible to follow the sequence of living from the prehistory, Liburnian age, Early and Late Antiquity, Early Croatian to Early and Late Middle Ages.
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This locality was protected in 1974. The protected landscape of the Channel-Harbour encompasses the area from the Sibenik Bridge to the end of the Channel of St. Anthony, more precisely to the fortress of St. Nicholas with the accompanying surrounding sea area. No one has yet passed through the Channel of St. Anthony without experiencing awe at this rare sight of beauty. On the Sibenik side, at the start of the channel, stand the rules of old towers erected during the 16th century.
Approaching as we did by sea in a small cruiser you first get a sight of the formidable fortress which stands at the entrance to the narrow channel. Passing interesting rock formations and caves you gradually enter the harbour. All very, very impressive and no wonder would-be attackers failed totally to get in.
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