Split-Dalmatia County (Croatian: Splitsko-dalmatinska županija [splîtsko-dalmǎtiːnskaː ʒupǎnija]) is the central-southern Dalmatian county in Croatia. The administrative center is Split. The population of the county is 455,242 (2011). The land area is 4540 km 2.
Gradac; Italian: Labinezza, is a municipality in southern Dalmatia, Croatia. It is situated halfway between Split and Dubrovnik. The town of Ploče is 12 km south of Gradac, while the town of Makarska is 42 km north. The municipality consists of the coastal settlements: Drvenik, Zaostrog, Podaca, Brist and Gradac that marks the end of the riviera and the county.
In the times of Covid-19 pandemic Gradac municipality is doing well, with its very low density of permanent population, with handful of people outside of the region. This low mobility helped in the control of the COVID-19 pandemic, as there were no positive cases reported and all preventive measures were easier to implement early and effectively, as in most non-urban areas of Croatia.
The Gradac area was inhabited before prehistoric times. Numerous stone mounds dating back to the Bronze and Early Iron Ages have been found in the area. In Roman times, the Gradac area was most likely the seat of the Roman civitas Biston, which as a coastal center belonged to the colony of Narona, an important Roman stronghold on what is now Croatian territory. At the locality of Gradina a cornice fragment of the monumental building from the 2nd-3rd century was found, as well as Roman coin piece
The remnants of the old tower from the 16th century can be found in the abandoned village of Čista above Gradac, the seat of the ancient Fragostin's district. Surrounding it are still the remnants of rows of abandoned houses with typical architectonic features of the region. One of the oldest existing edifices in the territory of Gradac is the chapel of St. Pasquale on the Mt. Plana, with a barrel shaped vault, and a saddle roof. Next to the old parish church of St. Antonio there is a ...
Murvica (Croatian pronunciation: [mûrvit͡sa]) is a 22-inhabitant small village 6 km west of Bol, on the island Brač, in Croatia.It is situated beneath karst caves along the southern side of the island and was mentioned for the first time in 1286.
Otok, Split-Dalmatia County From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Otok is a municipality and a village in inland Dalmatia, Croatia, located east of Sinj, approximately 7 kilometers away. Otok is bordered by the river Cetina and mountain Kamešnica.
Podgora (pronounced [pôdɡora]) is a small town in the Split-Dalmatia County of Croatia. It is located on the Adriatic coastline of Dalmatia, 65 km south of Split and 135 km north of Dubrovnik. The town has a population of 1,268 (2011) while the municipality of Podgora (which includes several smaller towns) has a population of 2,518 (2011).
The counties of Croatia (Croatian: županije) are the first-level administrative divisions of the Republic of Croatia. Croatia is divided into 20 counties and the capital city of Zagreb, which is both a county and a city. It is separate from Zagreb County. The counties are divided into 128 cities and 428 municipalities.
English: Official coat of arms of the Split-Dalmatia county in Croatia. The coat of arms is Azure a Crown of Zvonimir Or.The crown of Zvonimir is based on the representation of the crown on the head of Croatian king found on the old Croatian engraving on a baptistery in early Romanic style of 11th century.
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