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We visited this monastery yesterday. There is a charge to enter and the monastery was open at 5 pm after closing for several hours. There is some good art work and a small chapel. And some items from ship wrecks during Roman times. There is...More
The Franciscan Monastery is in a beautiful spot, overlooking Hvar harbor; just walk walk south along the waterfront 500m from St. Stephen's Square. Built in 1461, the monastery was jointly financed by local nobles and sea captains in thanks for many lives saved at sea...More
Once you enter there it's completely peaceful place with amazing vibe and beautiful views. So much history to tell and so many amazing art pieces you will see...
Once upon a time this was a home for 20 or 30 Franciscans and now only one...More
The monastety has a painting of the Last supper (by Roselli), who had the intention of giving his painting to a church in Dubrovnik. On his way he got sick, so he stopped in Hvar, where the Franciscan monks took care of him. As a...More
The monastery museum has a delightful collection of paintings and icons but the prize is a spectacular Last Supper painting in the former dining hall. Well worth visiting. There is a delightful courtyard with a 500 year old cypress tree.