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Photo of Church of St. Donat, Zadar

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Church of St. Donat, Zadar
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The Church of St. Donat in the center of the historical city Zadaron the vest coast of Croatia. St. Donat is the most monumental Croatian building from the early Middle Ages. It is the most well-known monument of Zadar and indeed a symbol of the city. It was constructed on the intiative of the bishop of Zadar, Donat, who between the years 801 and 814 played an important role, visiting both of the reigning European courts, the Frankish and the Bizantine. The church is mentioned for the first time in the middle of the 10th century in the documents of the Bizantine emperor Constantine Porfirogenet. Today its interior and the area connected to the Forum are used for various cultural-theatrical and musical programs, especially during the summer months of the tourist season.
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Sep 13, 2008
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