Besides its rich cultural heritage, past and present of Solin, by population age the youngest town in Croatia is marked with visit of Pope John Paul II to St.Mary Island in 1998., but also with endangered endemic trout subspecie Softmouth trout, Swamp cypress as natural monument, Gašpina watermill from 18th century, river Jadro and more...
The traditional house Parać, located on the ancient amphitheater, was built in 1863 from the stone of the Salonitan amphitheater, and in the house Parać visitors can see the archeological and ethno collection located on the first floor, while on the ground floor there is a restoration workshop. .
* Currently the house is closed to visitors.
Pope John Paul II's visit to Solin
Jadro - a small river of vital importance
Gašpina mlinica is one of the rare watermills on the Jadro River that has been preserved. It was built in the early 18th century and the first records of the mill date back to 1711. Its structure consists of four low, stone buildings in a row with gable roofs covered with stone plates. Over the centuries, this structure has been modified and upgraded, which is evident from the subsequently built windows on the facade...
The Happy Town on the Jadro River
Project: Jadro - spring of life
A walk down Zvonimirova lane
Collection of exhibits from the Homeland War
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