The single-nave Church built in the 13th century with Romanesque-Gothic characteristics. It is situated by the upper city bridge and city Gate (east). The church is used for celebrating the Mass, and because it is very acoustic, also for occasional concerts.
GPS: 44.24301, 15.18618Details
The parish Church of St. Anselm is situated at the very center of Nin. It was a cathedral during the rule of Croatian kings. It was built in the 7th century and restored multiple times through history. It obtained its present-day look in the 18th century.
GPS: 44.24259, 15.18346Details
Holy Cross church also known as the smallest cathedral in the world is a Roman Catholic church and Nin's most famous monument built in the Pre-Romanesque style in the 9th century. It has an intentionaly unbalaced elliptical form designed to follow the Sun. This way it has the funcionality of calendar.
GPS: 44.24282, 15.18443Details
The Museum story of salt-whose institutional beginnings came with the opening of the Nin Salt works in 1955-starts with revealing its effects on health and ways of exploitation as well as the tools and equipment which were used in the process. It is possible also here to buy original Croatian salt and to taste the famous “salt flower“-French “Fleur de Sel“, which is evidence of ecological and traditional production and a perfect addition to every meal.
GPS: 44.24401, 15.19177Details