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Saint James' Cathedral in Šibenik, has been on UNESCO’s cultural heritage list of protected buildings since the year 2000.
ABOUT THE CATHEDRAL
Saint James' Cathedral, which was built between 1431 and 1535, bears witness to the important exchanges in respect of monumental art between Northern Italy, Dalmatia and Tuscany in the 15th and 16th century. Three architects - Francesco di Giacomo, Juraj Dalmatinac (George Dalmatian) and Nikola Firentinac (Nicholas of Florence) - developed a structure built entirely of stone using a unique technique for the dome of the cathedral. The result is harmony of the entire stone structure, methods of assembling and absolute harmony of the interior of the cathedral. (Source: Croatian Tourist Board)
During the tourist season, between June and September, the Cathedral is open to visitors between 9:30 am and 7:30 pm. Outside the tourist season, the Cathedral is open to visitors between 9:30 am and 6:30 pm.
Adults: HRK 15
Children (high school and university students): HRK 5
HOW TO GET THERE
The location of Saint James' Cathedral is marked on the Google map. It is best to park at the parking lot at the intersection of King Zvonimir Street and Vladimir Nazor Street. Parking can be found at the waterfront, on Obala palih omladinaca (Shore of fallen youth) Street and Obala hrvatske mornarice (Shore of the Croatian Navy) Street.
St. James' Cathedral, Šibenik
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