Luža Square


The Stradun's far end broadens into the pigeon-choked Luža Square, the centre of the medieval town and even today a hub of activity, with its pavements cafés and milling tourists. Overlooking it is the fifteenth-century municipal bell tower (gradski zvonik), a smooth pillar of pale stone topped by an unassuming pimple-like cupola.
excerpt from
The Rough Guide to Croatia

28 August - 04 September 2004

evening picture of St Blaise's Church
(Crkva svetop Vlaha)

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Sponza Palace, and bell tower,
illuminated

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Nyah and Shelly, relaxing
at a café

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Ononfrio's Little Fountain

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Orlando's Column,
just in front of St Blaise's Church

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