Dedicated to Croatian religious art from between the 7th and 12th centuries, this museum displays some charming stone carvings taken from early churches and decorated with plait-work motifs, reminiscent of Celtic art. Outside, in front of the museum, stand several stečci, stone tombstones attributed to the Bogomils, a curious religious sect that was popular in the Balkans in the 10th century, most notably in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The museum is about a 15-minute walk along the coast west of the Old Town, also accessible by bus 12.
Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments
Šetalište Ivana Meštrovića 18
Our Rating Hours Mon–Fri 9am–4pm; Sat 9am–2pm; closed Sun Phone 021/323-901 Prices Admission free Web site Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments
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