Monday, February 7, 2022

Visiting Supetar on Island Brac [Through My Lens Nr. 324]

I will continue with my summer images from the island Brac in Croatia. Recently I showed you the town of Nerezisca, and in today's post I will share some sights from Supetar, which is the main city of the island. With a population of around three thousand people, it is the island's largest town. It is accessible by ferry from the nearby city Split. Old Supetar was situated on the small peninsula where there is now a graveyard. The settlement came to an end during the early Christian era. In the late Middle Ages a new settlement started around the bay known as St. Peter's, from which the town derives its name (and the main town church holds that name still, pictured above). 

The Parish church of St. Peter (Sveti Petar) stands on the side of an old chapel which was restored in 1773 in a Baroque architectural style. The town is not that big, and easily explored by foot. There is so much history here for curious explorers as well as some great resorts, hotels but also lonely beaches, which are not too far away.

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  1. Superstar looks a lovely little town, Thanks for sharing and hosting, Have a great week ahead

  2. Again you prove yourself to be a master at night shots--- not that the others lack anything. Great post.

  3. Looks gorgeous. Those buildings are lovely.

  4. Looks amazing. Awesome pics.

  5. One of these days I hope we will be back travelling. Until then thank you for the travel-log! Enjoy your week, stay safe, and thank you again for the link up.

  6. So much history. You always take such amazing photos. - Margy

  7. Such a historic place. Thanks for sharing with us.



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