Cultural-historical heritage

  • Abbey of Saint George

    Abbey of Saint George

    Abbey of St. George - Established by the Benedictines, the abbey was first mentioned in 1166 in documents describing the consecration of the new, second Romanesque church of St. Tryphon in Kotor.

  • Ada Ciganlija

    Ada Ciganlija

    Ada Ciganlija or colloquially just Ada (Serbian Cyrillic: Ада Циганлија, pronounced [ˈaːda tsiˈɡanlija]) is a river island, artificially turned into a peninsula...

  • Amico tavern

    Amico tavern

    A tavern by the docks opened in 1898 and to this day welcomes guests.

  • Belgrade Arena

    Belgrade Arena

    The hall, consisting of six levels and boasts a well-structured local network.

  • Benedictine abbey of St Michael (St Nicholas)

    Benedictine abbey of St Michael (St Nicholas)

    The most important event for the island in the early Middle Ages was the establishment and construction of the Benedictine monastery of St. Michael (later St. Nicholas) which was built and donated to the Abbey of Monte Cassino by the Croatian king Krešimir in the second half of the 11th century (1070).

  • Benedictine monastery of St Peter

    Benedictine monastery of St Peter

    The Benedictine monastery was built on the ruins of the Roman and Byzantine building, and it was in function until 1280 when together with Benedictine monastery from Susak it came into possession of the Osor diocese. Only remains of the perimetric monastery wall now serving as fence walls of the cemetery are still preserved. Three-nave church of St. Peter was demolished at the end of the 19th century.

  • Beton Hala

    Beton Hala

    The City of Belgrade is launching an international one-stage architectural competition to design the Beton Hala Waterfront Center in Belgrade.

  • Blue world

    Blue world

    In 1987 a team of the Research Institute Tethys started a long research of biology, ecology and social structure of the community of bottlenose dolphins that colonize the sea around the islands of Cres and Losinj. Today these dolphins are one of the best-explored groups in the whole Mediterranean. The size of the community is estimated at 120 individuals.

  • Breakwater Rovenska

    Breakwater Rovenska

    Austrian Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian, commander of the Austro-Hungarian Navy at the time, laid the cornerstone for a large breakwater himself in 1856.