Gospe od Prizidnice

On the south side of the island of Ciovo, in Prizidnice, among the steep cliffs above the sea, almost five centuries ago, the church of Our Lady of Prizidnice was built. Above the church door are two stone slabs, and the older ones bear witness to the history of the sanctuary. "Priest Juraj StoidraSiz came to this desert and built this temple in honor of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary, in 1546."

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