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Selca - Ružmarin - Island Brač

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With its life connected to stone and the stone trade, this easternmost municipality of Brač is decorated by houses built in white stone out of which many palaces in Dalmatia and Venice were also constructed.

Selca is dominated by an enormous neo-Roman parish church, as well as an open air gallery of busts and statues (a memorial to the Russian author Leo Tolstoy, the German politician Hans Dietrich Genscher, Pope John Paul II and a series of others). In the parish church there is a sculpture of the heart of Jesus, made by the famous sculptor Ivan Meštrović.

Near Selca, a series of hamlets form a collection of living miniature shepherd villages on the island of Brač. The ideal of this former shepherd region has not crumbled under the spirit of modern times.

The tourist village of Puntinak near Selca is a series of beautiful stone houses with comfortable apartments, right by the sea shore.

Source of information: Croatian National Tourist Board

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