This 17th-century church is best known as the home of the mummified body of St. Simeon, one of Zadar’s patron saints. The relic is contained within an ornate silver casket, depicting scenes from the saint’s life, crafted by Zadar silversmiths in 1381. Regarded as one of the finest examples of silverwork ever produced in Zadar, it takes pride of place on the main altar. Each year on October 8th, the saint’s feast day, the casket is opened and Simeon’s body is put on public display.