Register of Cultural Property Municipality Milna

Ministry of Culture – Registry of Cultural Property

Description of goods – Place – Name – type of cultural property

Bobovisca – St. George

The parish church of Sts. George was raised in Bobovišća 1914th place on the Baroque church from the 17th century building with a single nave and transept parallelogram shaped shrine in the classicist neopaladijanskim forms. Late baroque stone tower with a pyramid covered by the sanctuary and transept of the new church. The church is covered with a flat ceiling edge that runs molded cornice, and the walls are articulated brick pilasters.

Bobovisca – St. Martin

Church of St. Martin was built on a hill between Bobovišća Milne at The strategic important place that provides an overview of the Split archipelago door to Hvar and Vis. The one-nave church with a semicircular apse proportions and shaping shows the characteristics of mature pre-Romanesque. Simply stone facade on top of a brick distaff with a triangular pediment from the 14th century church is vaulted barrel vault without a flange, and the walls were broken down broad shallow niches. Above the altar is a Renaissance stone relief, workshop Firentinac, depicting St. Martin and the beggar on horseback.

Bobovisca – Inventory church of St. Lucy

It consists of 22 items dated from the XVI-XIX. century. It is pointed out procesionalni cross Baroque style from the XVII. century.

Bobovisca – Castle Gligo, Bobovisca

Gligo castle is situated on the northern side of the bay Bobovisca. Three wing assembly were formed around a spacious courtyard enclosed by the sea with a high defensive wall which is partly preserved stone walkway in the vaults. To the east of the square storey highlighted by a closed perimeter of the yard with a number of loopholes in the ground which belonged to the baroque side of the fortified complex. The building on the south side of the yard belonging to the oldest part of the castle with a number of defense elements in its interior and Baroque luminaries in the attic. Kastel family Marincevic-Gligo, which occurs at the end of the seventeenth. century, is worth fortified baroque assembly to defend the port and access to the interior of the island.

  Bobovisca – House Cerinić-Gligo

House Cerinić-Gligo is located on the west side of the village Bobovisca middle of a large garden. The monumental two-storey house with attic built a large stone blocks with five window axes. The middle of the western facade is stone balcony on the consoles. Inside are preserved wooden sculpture self-taught sculptor Martin Brac Cerinić (1860-1940). The house is a prominent example of residential architecture of the 19th century gentry

Bobovisca – House mindset

Nazor house is located on a hill near the head of the old road to the village LoziSce. The yard is enclosed by a high wall with a monumental arched doorway, and the keystone engraved initials and year of construction: A • S • E • N 1817 (Antonio Stefano PLANT Nazor 1817). The house is a spacious two-storey with attic. The house has a gable roof covered with stone slabs with luminaries, and the semicircular consoles with lies faceted stone eaves gutter. The building is a valuable example of a residential building with a courtyard established in the early 19th century and the first family holiday outlook Brac after immigration from Poljica

Bobovisca – House Vladimir Nazor and assembly houses around it

The house of the poet Vladimir Nazor located on the north side of the harbor Bobovisca. A series of three houses has a ground floor and first floor and attic with a number of luminaries, which coincide with the axes of the windows of the first floor. The side parts are symmetrically placed two external stone staircase. Rearrangement of the central part of the house 1933rd to 1937th altered the original appearance and preserved part of the original interior with furniture, books and photographs. The circuit has a house Nazor memorial significance because the poet Vladimir Nazor spent part of his childhood, and is characterized by ambient value of residential architecture with the grace of the 19th century.

Bobovisca – onshore and offshore archaeological site “Vicja harbor” Bobovisca

Offshore and onshore archaeological site “Vicja port” is located in the middle of the western end of the island. This is a deep bay, which is divided into two smaller, bay Bobovisca with the village, and the bay Vicja port. These two ports provide safe anchorage for passing through Split door. most significant findings in the field Vičje port, four prehistoric tomb discovered 1908th year when clearing land. Archaeological Museum in Split was informed about the findings of the graves, and on that occasion, and are bought by farmers Francis rake who found the graves. Because when you open graves were present staff of the Archaeological Museum are lost precious data on the position of the skeleton and goods in the graves as well as the entire osteological material. graves were covered with stone slabs. grave from four units from Vičje port remained preserved us a significant metal is three bronze helmets Greco- Italic type, remnants of sheet bronze belt, three bracelets, early La Teñe brooches, pins with dual-head (18 pieces), pendants, tweezers, a massive bronze rings and ring depicting birds. From other archaeological material found two gems of glass paste decorative beads and numerous fragments of imported crnoglačane Greek ceramics (skyphoi, lekiti, ovate alabastron) and a small number of Illyrian pottery. Archaeological Museum in Split, under the guidance of Mladen Nikolanci spent the 1957th year archaeological research in the same place that did not give significant results. Found a silver stater city croton and half glass gems. From the report Don Frane Bulic can be concluded that the area east of the seashore in Vičjoj port, and to the ruins War, were excavated and others found in the graves, which suggests that in this area there is greater necropolis and that the above graves its just a small part. It is assumed that the necropolis belonged to the village which was at the ruins War. Archaeological reconnaissance submarine were found numerous fragments of prehistoric pottery, and rich in graves prove exchange between the local population and Greek sailors who Vicja harbor was an ideal shelter and anchorage, and perhaps the bay represented a certain type of commercial exchange point for goods.

Bobovisca – Building rectory and old school

Two-storey building is located southeast of the parish church on the road to the village of Milna. It was built in blocks carved in regular rows. NW on the main facade is located centrally stone exterior staircase that splits into two symmetric arms. Iron fence decorated with wrought tendrils and ovals. The facade is divided into five window axes with a wide-storey door to the tavern and openings on the upper floors of elegant proportions. The building has a hipped roof and two pent luminaries on the longer sides of the roof.

Lozisca – Archaeological site forts Rat

The archaeological site of War fort is located on the western part of the island, overlooking the village Lozisca. The first archaeological excavations ruins War spent the Archaeological Museum in Split in 1957. Year and it showed that it was interesting prehistoric complex. In 2007. Began systematic archaeological research in the framework of the research project at the University of Split, which showed how the war fort is one of the best preserved fortified settlements on the central islands. Were discovered in residential buildings from late Bronze Age (3000 years BC. Kgs.) Made of interlaced branches now stuck with clay. Among numerous ceramic vessels domestic production were found fragments of fine pottery imported from the Greek and the Italic world during the last millennium BC. Kr. Access to the sea inhabitants hillfort settlement War was the valley Vičje port where the 1908th year of the Iron Age tombs found members of the higher social strata of the village war, with rich metallic and ceramic archaeological findings.

Lozisca – Church Stomorica

Church of St. Mary (Stomorica) is located in the area north of the village Lozisca on the old road to Supetar. Nave building with a semicircular apse was built of stone and carved subsequently plastered. It is covered with a gable roof covering with stone slabs. Above the main entrance is hanging bow, and along the southern side was built on counterfort who once wore bell tower. The church is arched vault with a band bow steam pilasters. The sanctuary is separated by a stone altar partition of the nave and the apse of the window with a stone transennas hollow in the form of a cross. On the altar is a wooden image of the “Assumption of the Blessed. Acts. Mary,” Bartholomew Bossi, a Venetian painter of the late 17th century.

Lozisca – St. John and Paul

The parish church of Sts. John and Paul is located in the central part of the village on the lower edge of the Assumption of the gang. The main façade is built with trefoil ending the regular stone blocks. The main portal of the bas-relief motifs rhombus, rose and heart of Jesus, the molded cornice above a carved god. 1820th interior of the massive stone columns divided into three naves, a central nave is covered with mirrored ceiling with high goiter. North of the church on higher ground stands out with period bell tower created by the design of Ivan Rendić 1888th year.

Lozisca – Lower beeps or old water

East of the village Lozisca one of the largest reservoirs of water on the island. Pools for capping filled with natural water fall series naplov the north. Broad access ramps with stone curbs lead to oysters for livestock watering systems and walled pool. This installation was built in the first half. 19th century and is one of the cultural heritage of industrial archeology and shows a high range of technical expertise in cultivating agricultural landscape.

Lozisca – Stone Bridge

A deep valley that leads from the fields to the village Lozisca Vicja port and the through torrential streams, overcoming a stone bridge in the 19th century bridge was built on an onion with rounded buttresses, and after the 1897th storm demolished immediately rebuilt it evokes memorial plaque of the arc. The bridge is one of a rare technical solutions and a monument to the engineers of the 19th century

Lozisca – The organ in the church. John and Paul, martyrs

Historical Organ, workshop Bazzani, Pietro Nepotova (Venice) from the year 1896. Been renewed 2009th year by the workshop Heferer from Zagreb. Manual circumference C – g3 has 19 registers (three of which were distributed), pedal o – gis0 (originally C/E-gis0) has 2 registry, a total of 21 register. The transmission is mechanically. The restoration was completed 2009th year.

Milna – Church of Our Lady of the Annunciation

Parish Church of Our Lady of the Annunciation was built on the north side of the harbor below milnarske established family home Cerineo. At the top of the stone steps stands the slender stone facade gable decorated with molded scrolls. East of the Late Renaissance church bell tower with a double loggia with mascarones and elongated pyramid, working families Bokanic the end of the 16th century is attributed to a family of builders and stonemasons Macanovic second half. 18th century and highlighted the achievements of the late Baroque in Dalmatia. The interior is divided into three stone pillars of the ship, and the arches are decorated with stucco work, the work of a Swiss family Somazzi the late 18th and early 19th century

Milna – St. Joseph

Church of St. Joseph is situated by the sea in the bay Osibova south of Milne. The wide nave structure with elongated semicircular apse was built in the 19th century with molded architectural elements of stone sculpture classicist quality. The facade of the prominent triangular gable ends with a circular window in the middle of the distaff on a raised foot. The main altar has fallen with the image of St. Joseph from the 17th century, gift Zadar Archbishop Vicka Zmajević. The church silver and wooden ceremonial objects 18-19. century, votive images and photos of ships.

Milna – Church-fortress on the island Mrdulja

The channel between the capes of the island of Brac and Solta, a port near Milna island Mrduja which in antiquity had a significant role in the navigation path towards Salona and Split. On the western side of the island is a ruined Gothic church with a square apse. The ground floor is vaulted and vaulting over the terrace-watchtower with defensive elements. Probably used as a lighthouse and is still in operation signaling light for navigation.

Milna – Inventory of the church of Our Lady of the Annunciation

It consists of 107 items: paintings dating from the XVI-XIX. century statues xviii-nineteenth: century, and the use of ritual objects xviii-XX. century.

Milna – Inventory church of St. Joseph

Inventory of the church of St. Joseph Osibova bay consists of a series of paintings and photographs of votive ships rescued the storm.

  Milna – House called angleščine

House called angleščine was built high above the harbor. She raised her family Cerinić and is one of the Renaissance castles to defend the harbor. It was built in a U-shaped with an inner courtyard and trace walled crown on the front and cannon holes. It was later adapted housing opening larger openings with stone frames.

Milna – The organ in the church of Our Lady of the Annunciation

Historical Organ, workshop Agostino and Antonio Callido (Venice) from the 1820th year. There have been renewed 1984th year by the workshop Heferer from Zagreb. Manual scope C/E-f3 has 22 registers (of which four are divided), pedal o C cis1 has three registry, a total of 25 registry. The transmission is mechanically. The 2006th organ are partly in use.

Milna – Lighthouse Razanj

Razanj Lighthouse is located on a peninsula Zaglav on the outer coast of the island. Significant orientation point for navigation through the door and Split Brac, Hvar Channel. Simple parallelogram building was built in stone in regular rows and hipped roof covering with buy tiles. At the heart of the southern front is polygonal tower with a lantern on top.

Milna – Fortification Battery

Fortifications at the Cape Zaglav on the island of Brac is situated in a prominent position, the western end of the island in the channel opposite the island of Solta. The marine driveway Split this point has always had great strategic unačenje in controlling the navigation route. Fortification consists of a simple single-storey building openings and defensive wall with teeth, which is surrounded by the entire assembly. Fortifications at the Cape Zaglav was built for the French administration 1806th year. control passes to the inner sea between the central Dalmatian islands.

Milna – A collection of objects of art and the Church of St.. John and Paul – Tangible monument

The collection of objects and artworks church of St. John and Paul in Lozisca mainly consists of ritual objects and works of art of the 18th and 19th century, consists of a mass-produced items XIX. century that were done in neoslogovima.