The Church of Saint Martin

The Church of Saint Martin anmeldelser, Split

The Church of Saint Martin
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globtrotteuse
Frankrike104 429 bidrag
aug. 2021
Une incroyable petite chapelle, un joyau qu'il faut absolument découvrir.
Accueil avec le sourire et sérénité assurée.
Skrevet 2. oktober 2021
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Achoco88
Osaka, Japan549 bidrag
sep. 2019 • Par
歴史を感じる、とても小さな古い教会です。中も質素ですが厳かな雰囲気があります。周りの景観に溶け込むような石造りの外観です。
Skrevet 5. februar 2020
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Patricia R
Targu Mures, Romania184 bidrag
sep. 2019 • Par
We stumbled upon the church by accident after having a cup of coffee. There was literally no one there except the nun that we payed the 5 Kuna entrance fee. It's a wonderful place, quiet and it leads you in the right direction of spiritual contemplation. I think it is by far one of Split's best sight.
Skrevet 28. september 2019
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jessstompy
Bedfordshire, UK103 bidrag
mai 2019 • Par
This tiny church is really worth a visit - unique and will cost you just 5 Kuna! I am not religious but was struck by the tranquility and history of the space. You won't spend long here but it you'll remember it afterwards.
Skrevet 29. mai 2019
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Carol A S
Marietta, GA4 202 bidrag
okt. 2018 • Alene
St. Martin's Church (a.k.a. Crkva Svetog Martina) is a Roman Catholic church located above the Golden Gate in the north wall of Diocletian's Palace. It is one of Split's smallest and oldest churches. The former sentry walkway (10 x 1.65 m) was converted into a narrow church in the 5-6th centuries. The pre-Romanesque barrel vault in the ceiling and an altar in the apse with an early Christian carved cross were added in the 9th century during reign of Croatian duke Trpimir. In the 11th century, the central aisle was divided into two parts by a marble altar screen with carved vines and griffons. The clergy used the side with the altar and laymen used the other side. The altar wall has an inscription dedicating the church to the Virgin Mary, St. Gregory the Pope and St. Martin. The 11th century bell tower was later destroyed. The church was abandoned after the medieval black death epidemic and forgotten. In the late 1800s father Frane Bulić (an early Croatian archeologist) rediscovered it and lead its reconstruction. Excavations uncovered the grave of Saint Martin's builder, chaplain Dominic. The piety of the early church founders who turned a militaristic space into a house of prayer impressed me when I visited. Peerring out the small windows offered a view of the statue of Gregory of Nin to the north, and the top of the bell tower of St. Domnius Cathedral to south. Saint Martin's church is in the care of the Dominican sisters, who have a monastery next door, where there is a staircase allowing access. It is generally open to the public 9-noon and 3-6pm, with an entry fee of 5 kuna.
Skrevet 15. februar 2019
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Fabiano F
Fortaleza, CE1 282 bidrag
jul. 2018 • Par
A graça desta igreja é que ela é minúscula, uma das menores do mundo. É um pequeno corredor com um altar. O preço do ingresso é bem pequeno. Vale pela curiosidade.
Skrevet 23. desember 2018
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pablozara
Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain336 bidrag
okt. 2018 • Par
Imperdonable.
Una iglesia de esta categoría, del prerrománico, del siglo V y no respetan los horarios.
Siguiendo las costumbres croatas, se "pasan por el arco diocleciano" la puntualidad y los horarios.
Cerrada dos días seguidos cuando fuimos expresamente a visitarla.
Una vergüenza, pero nada nuevo para el concepto que tengo del carácter croata...
Skrevet 21. oktober 2018
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Matthew P
London, UK3 723 bidrag
sep. 2018 • Par
As you walk in through the Golden gate its on your right down the corridor and then up the stairs on the right. The church is small but worth the climb, narrow due to it being between the walls.
Skrevet 10. september 2018
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Mary Rose Z
Loveland, OH38 bidrag
mai 2018 • Venner
Up the stairs there is a very small chapel with a lovely engraved altar and a few gold religious pieces. You are met by sisters of the Dominican order and five Kuna allows you to say a small prayer or enjoy a marvelous curiosity. Sisters are unusual in as much as they have brochures in all languages and even when they realized I had a disability walking, they took me into the convent to allow me to use the elevator upon exiting. They clearly are kind and open to sharing their treasure with anyone who walks through the door. You do not need to be Christian or religious but interested in history and this is a marvelous gem. It’ll be something you talk about when you leave and delight in with the few photos that you take along with travel stories.
Skrevet 31. mai 2018
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taro2015
Taiwan6 263 bidrag
jan. 2018 • Familie
ディオクレティアヌス宮殿の北側の門(金の門)の近くにある石造りの教会。遺跡のような趣きのある教会です。
Skrevet 1. april 2018
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