The highlights lie within the thousand year old upper town of Gornji Grad. Here, one can find the Presidential Palace, the historic Church of St. Mark’s displaying the Croatian, Dalmatian and Slovenian coats of arms, now an impressive emblem of the city.
One minute, you’re standing on ancient cobblestones in front of St Mark’s Church, with multi-coloured roof tiles that look like they’ve been put together by medieval monks with a liking for Lego. The next, you’re round the corner, in a very 21st-century museum, which displays a dramatic, and often heartbreaking, collection of objects left over from love affairs gone wrong.
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