Archaeological zones and localities
Crikvenica, archaeological zone «Igralište»,situated by the former mouth of a river Dubračina, at the end of the old era, the coastal settlement and a station was founded bearing the name of Ad Turres. The remains of this settlement were burried beneath the deposited sand, and today they are situated in the centre of the settlement, beneath the main and auxilliary sports ground and surrounding areas. The most recent research have given evidence of the existence of a pottery workshop in the first centuries of the new era.
- Crikvenica, archaeological zone Kaštel (castle), comprising the whole area of an abandoned settlement, with the traces of a prehistoric settlement – a smaller hill-fort, and the ruins of houses from the Middle ages.
- Kotor, archaeological zone, comprising the whole area of an abandoned settlement, with the traces of a prehistoric settlement – a smaller hill-fort, and the ruins of houses from the Middle ages.
- Kotor, Sv. Šimun i Juda Tadejev,, the ruins of a mediaeval church (recovery works are being carried out at the moment). It was a parochial church of Kotor, situated on the southern slope of a steep hill, suitable for controlling the canyon of Dobračina, a natural access point and a communication between the coast and the Vinodol basin.
- Kotor, St. George, the ruins of a mediaeval chapel. With its location in the highest part of Kotor, which descends to the valley of Dobračina, the chapel had a strategic function. It is an extended one-nave structure with a semicircular sanctuary.
- Kotor, St. Mihovil, the traces of a mediaeval chapel.
- Kotor, The Holy Trinity, the ruins of a late-mediaeval church.
- Badanj, an early-mediaeval castle, which came to existence due to the rebuilding of a late-antique core, a smaller round fort, an exceptional monument of an early-mediaeval fortification heritage at the entryway to Vinodol, which is badly ruined and seeks urgent recovery works and research.
- Selce, the core of the settlement is an archaeological zone, numerous random archaeological finds dating from the antique period. In the small bay called Zakloštar there is a late-antique site, devastated mostly due to negligence.
- Hill-fort and Church of St. George, situated on the hill between Selce and Vinodol basin. It is a well preserved prehistoric hill-fort dating from the Bronze Age. The part of the fortress wall was rebuilt in the late antique period and used as a shelter when the square observation post is built, which is then reconstructed and used as a church in the early Middle Ages.
- Sopalj – St.Kuzam, the largest prehistoric locality of this region, situated on the distinguished peak between Tribalj and Dramalj. Pottery fragments dating from the periods of late Stone Age and Bronze and Iron Age can be found near the remnants of houses made in drystone wall technique, and near several fortress walls at the southwestern slopes. In one part of the site there is a dilapidated chapel of St. Kuzam, erected above the remains of a larger early-mediaeval church with a cemetery.
Village settlements (rural units)
Significant buildings of Crikvenica
Ethno-zones and ethno-monuments
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