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St. Stephen's Cathedral

Hvar center, Hvar, Hvar Island, Croatia
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Reviewed September 10, 2016

In the centre & focal point of Hvar Town. Cathedral is the dominant street scape of the square Visually the interior is nothing out of the ordinary & you really need to brief yourself of it's history to get most out of your visit

Thank Darrel J
Reviewed September 9, 2016 via mobile

There are hardly few things on Hvar island if you are not doing cruise. This is located at main square . You can't miss

Thank aditya k
Reviewed September 3, 2016

Every town has to have something religious. The stephens cathedral is nothing special really. Not worth the time to visit, especially when the weather is nice and you could chill on the beach

Thank Davy B
Reviewed August 18, 2016 via mobile

A simple cathedral with a basic decoration. Only 10kn to enter and there is information around the cathedral in several languages about the essentials and history of the cathedral. If you have spare time it is worth a visit but not the highest priority. Ensure...More

Thank TravellingPod
Reviewed August 8, 2016

St. Stephen's Cathedral sits on St. Stephen's Square and costs 10KN to enter. The square is one of the largest in Dalmatia for its age at 4500 sq meters. The original cathedral was unfortunately destroyed by the Turks but it was rebuilt in the 16th...More

Thank Rory321
Reviewed August 6, 2016

Recent construction dates back to 1519. The original Old Cathedral (dating back to the 6th century) was the first church on the site. It became a cathedral during the 13th century. Some of the treasures date to that period. There seem to be 2 different...More

Thank on_the_go_98765
Reviewed August 4, 2016

The cathedral is the focal point of the town square of Hvar. Outside are several restaurants, cafes and shops. The architecture of the cathedral is more interesting than its interior.

Thank Zoraida J
Reviewed July 20, 2016 via mobile

This is a fabulous tranquil place to visit. A small donation at the door. No Euro's accepted here, Croatian Kuna only - as is on most of this small island. Non the less the architecture is fabulous. Well worth the visit and light a candle....More

Thank Russel A
Reviewed July 11, 2016

Located at the eastern end of the main piazza in Hvar, St Stephen's Square, the Cathedral of the same name is a fine example of Renaissance architecture with alongside a very tall and airy 17th century bell tower, The interior is not particularly remarkable, though...More

Thank John L
Reviewed June 11, 2016

Beautiful Place of Worship to be there with well preserved paintings and altars over centuries . A Church with great historic significance a miracle did happen thereat... you have to go there to learn more about it.

Thank Ruben C
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