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Private accommodation Groznjan (Istra), apartments, rooms, houses, Groznjan (Istra)


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Accommodation APP OLEA (Armani Deskovic Mirosav)

Accommodation APP OLEA (Armani Deskovic Mirosav)

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Telephone: +385(0)52 776-113
GSM: +385(0)99 685 1653

Studio apartments: 2+1

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Info about Groznjan (Istra)

Groznjan, an ancient town in northwestern Istira, fifteen km from the sea, takes great pride in its wealth of tradition, cultural heritage and natural beauty, all of which is ennobled by art.

Today, numerous cultural and historical landmarks serve as backdrops for cultural manifestations and entertainment. In Groznjan, you can attend frequent concerts of classical music, a jazz festival, the painting manifestation Ex Tempore, and numerous exhibitions at the municipal gallery and approximately twenty private galleries and studios.

You can walk among the hills to other picturesque old towns: Zavrsje, Kostanjica or Sterna. You can visit the small local churches and enjoy magnificent landscapes and views. You can relax in the quiet atmosphere, stay in comfortable apartments, and inhale the fresh air perfumed by the natural fragrances of freshly cut hay, field flowers, Mediterranean vegetation and pine forests; listen to the birds, encounter wild animals ... You will sense the traditional hospitality of the people of GROŽNJAN with every flask of the excellent local wine, every glass of brandy. In the agrotourist objects, you will have the opportunity to savor excellent traditional foods: local prosciutto, cheese, dishes seasoned with award-winning olive oil and other original products of village tourism. GROŽNJAN has everything for the perfect vacation, for body and soul.

Groznjan’s apsidal cathedral was built in the centre of the town in the 14th century and renovated in the baroque style in 1770, when four supporting beams and capitals on the façade were added. The cathedral was originally dedicated to the Virgin Mary, and today it is the church of Sts. Vitus and Modest. The parish was first mentioned in 1310 Next to the church is a tall bell tower, octagonal at the top and made of yellow sandstone. The church’s interior was repainted in 1965. Pews were built during the Renaissance and decorated in folk tradition. The sacristy and a reliquary date from 1612. A large painting at the end of the church, known as the painting of the patron saint, was done by Ermengildo de Troy and depicts the martyrdom of saints Vitus and Modest in the Roman Colosseum in 303.

Church of St. Cosimo and Damian In a little square outside the town walls there is a small church built in 1554, as inscribed in a stone above the entrance. It was dedicated to Sts. Cosimo and Damian, and renovated in 1834. The bell gable has been preserved, but there is no bell. The interior and a large atrium supported by fragile columns were renovated in 1954.

During the last renovation in 1999 old walls and foundations were found deep below the existing level. The builders of the present edifice left access for possible future excavation of the lowest levels inside the church .This little church was first mentioned in 1610. It is certain that it was built on the foundations of an older temple. There is a legend about choosing location for the church. The Mirna river was navigable up to Ponte Porton and fishermen used to transport a statue of the Virgin Mary up the river. At one point they heard someone calling “Basta! (Enough!)”, stopped and marked the site for a temple. Thus the church and the location got the name Bastija.
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