CROATIA: Streetart Šibenik – Graffiti and Urban Art in King Krešimir’s Retreat

Šibenik is a coastal town with around 42,000 inhabitants on the Adria in the north of the Dalmatia region. It was first mentioned in 1066 in a document of King Petar Krešimir IV, who regularly stayed there. Worth seeing are the historical buildings such as the stone Cathedral of St. Jacob from the 15th century with its 71 carved heads, the Prince’s Palace from the 14th century or the white stone Mihovil Fortress aka St. Anna Fortress with its open-air stage and a super beautiful view over the landscape. There is of course also interesting streetart in the alleyways and graffiti on the buildings.


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