We walked around and located this nice church. Very well maintain and pretty. This is easy to find and strongly recommend.
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Once cathedral, this simple baroque church stands in the center of the town of Makarska, at the main square. At the time it was built, it was so easy to notice church when you are approaching Makarska harbor from the sea side. Nowadays, it can be seen only when you reach the square it was built at. It's simplicity is... More
This baroque church is the central church in Makarska, located on its main square with nice exterior and interesting interior. Fascinating history note - it is the final resting place for the bones of Saint Klement, the towns and the riviera protector whose bones were dug from catacombes in Rome and brought here in 18th century. To all history lovers... More
Nice church on the square. We only looked from the outside but it looks interesting . Nice area to walk around
This is in Makarska cultural meeting point. You can find here many of restaurants and sometimes they have a great entertainment like Jazz festival etc.
This church ⛪ is located on the main square in Makarska. The view is so beautiful. Walk around, take few pictures and have a cup of coffee (or cocktail) in some of the cafés/bars on the square and enjoy the view.
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My father was born here in 1898, Meo Batinic' (Leo). Spelled Batinick. I'm 75 and never met my father, he died 2 months before I was born. Father name was Nick and mother Helen. I must have many cousins here in Makarska as I have a list of 25 Batinic' that live here. I'd like to say hi to some of them, tks.