The City Walls of Krk

Categories: Fortresses, Harbours and Ports, Island of Krk, Mediterranean, Seaside

Krk takes much pride in being one of three Croatian towns with the longest city walls built in the 1st century BC during Illyrian times. Due to tumultuous history, the city walls were destroyed and reconstructed many times and today they stand as a monument to the region’s great history.

The City Walls of Krk

Krk takes much pride in being one of three Croatian towns with the longest city walls built in the 1st century BC during Illyrian times. Due to tumultuous history, the city walls were destroyed and reconstructed many times and today they stand as a monument to the region’s great history.

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