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Sights in Dobrinj

[25/31] Bell - Tower


The legend says that when the Dobrinj tower was built, evil tongues put a curse on the future building, saying that it was predestined to be under constant threat of caving in. It was struck by lightning twice, entirely demolished in the Second World War and attacked by the Uskoks once. This proves that the curse put on the bell-tower was active. In addition to being mysterious, almost mystical, the bell-tower of Dobrinj is specific in that it is not located next to the parish church and in that ‘it does not stretch on one terrain only’ (‘niti se prostire na jednom terenu’). One part of it stands at the entrance to Zemjina, a viewing spot, and the other in the park of Dobrinj forever known as Jardin. After enjoying a panoramic view from Zemjina, take a walk along Jardin where Vladimir Nazor, a great Croatian literary writer, and the wonderful, unfortunate woman of Vrbnik, Marija Parčić, used to stroll at the beginning of the 20th century.

GPS coordinates: N 45 07.845, E 14 36.186



[23/31] Traditional measures



Stone steps lead from Placa to Jardin. Next to the steps, you will surely notice two ‘openings’ and a stone figure that will remind you of a horse. And you are right. It is a horse’s head that is in fact a bearing support for the parts of the building.

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[24/31] Maskeron



The stone flock of sparrows (locally known as ‘pinkuzići’), which will take you to Jardin, is of a more recent date compared to Maskeron (a man’s head made of stone) found on the opposite side of Placa.

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[25/31] Bell- Tower



The legend says that when the Dobrinj tower was built, evil tongues put a curse on the future building, saying that it was predestined to be under constant threat of caving in.

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[26/31] Church of Saint Stephen



Modern times still do not have an answer to the question: how it happened that the wooden porch in front of the Dobrinj Church of Saint Stephen (Crkva Svetog Stjepana) was built there...

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[27/31] Ethnographic museum



His name is Ivo Sučić. He managed to combine his two great loves, i.e. journalism and teaching.

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[28/31] Etnographic collection



As many as seven churches or chapels existed in the Dobrinj Region in the past centuries.

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[29/31] Religious museum



Who/what connects Dobrinj and London? The answer is: Paolo Veneziano, a famous artist.

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[30/31] "Infeld" gallery



At the beginning of the 20th century, one of the main Dobrinj attractions was the house of sailor Franjo Vušković.
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[31/31] Gumna



Large, small, covered in bushes or still accessible threshing floors, drywall structures locally known as gumna...

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Private Accommodation Catalogue
If you are looking for private accommodation in Šilo, the Soline Bay (Klimno, Čižići, Soline) or the Dobrinj hinterland, check out our catalogue.

Tourist Board’s Catalogue

All information in one place! Find out all about Šilo, Dobrinj, the Soline Bay, private accommodation, camps, beaches, gastronomy, and other.

Catalogue of sights and attractions

An overview of the sights and attractions found in Dobrinjsko. A brief description including photos and GPS coordinates.

Catalogue of beaches

Overview of all beaches and coves in the Municipality of Dobrinj