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At the western end of Stradun, the first thing you will see is Onofrio's Large Fountain of 1444, a circle of water-spouting heads topped by a bulbous dome where, to guard against the plague, visitors to this hygiene-conscious city has to wash themselves before they were admitted. Built by the Italian architect Onofrio de la Cava, the fountain was the culmination of an elaborate water system that delivered water from Mount Srš to public washing facilities right across town.
excerpt from
The Rough Guide to Croatia

28 August - 04 September 2004

St Saviour's Church
(Crkva svetog Spasa)

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Onofrio's Large Fountain

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view from above
Poljana Paska Milicevica

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