The Tower of Kvadrac, Novi Vinodolski

Categories: Fortresses, Mediterranean, Seaside

The renovated Tower of Kvadrac is a witness of the former Frankopan Castle where the acclaimed Law Codex of Vinodol was written in 1228.

The Tower of Kvadrac, Novi Vinodolski

The renovated Tower of Kvadrac is a witness of the former Frankopan Castle where the acclaimed Law Codex of Vinodol was written in 1228.

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