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“Tvrdalj was built as a fort for defence from the Turks by the renowned poet from Hvar Petar Hektorović. It was erected by filling up the sea and one could enter it only over a bascule bridge. In the centre of Tvrdalj, Hektorović designed and built a Romanic park with a fishpond. Tvrdalj has numerous stone inscriptions, but the one saying 'Omnium Conditori' is the most significant one, since with it, Hektorović dedicated his Tvrdalj to God, the Creator of everything.”
“The Biankini Palace – Stari Grad Museum –was the neo-renaissance family home of the Biankini brothers dating back to 1896. Interior decorations from the period in which the palace was built have been preserved, whilst in the garden there is a century-old Deodar Cedar, which is of the same period as the building itself. Museum collections on the ground floor and upstairs tell us the tales of Stari Grad’s long history. ”
“Because of its exceptional archaeological importance and well preserved ancient cadastre originating from the 4th century B.C., Stari Grad Plain is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. ”
“Excellent bar right on the sea front where you must try the cocktails they are the best with one of the owners spending this winter in London homing his art. A sunset cocktail is a must or a cocktail or two after dinner going late into the evening. ”
“In 2016. Stari Grad is celebrating his 2400 birthday. Stari Grad plain is the greatest thing which is left from stari Grad youth! And it's quite impressive!”