Suhovare

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Suhovare, the first mentioned in 1070 as the property of the monastery of St. Krshevan in Zadar. The first inhabitants soon returned, rebuilding their habitats, building a small church and founding a parish in the early 18th century in which the first parishioners were mentioned in 1720. The parish church of St. Anthony of Padua was built in 1937 during the Homeland War during the Serbian aggression. was severely damaged and thoroughly restored in 2000, blessed by Archbishop Ivan Prenđa.The church is single-nave with a sacristy; St. Anthony of Padua on a pedestal, a bell tower with two bells, a new bell tower was built in 2003 and three new bells were added.
The village is 19km away from Zadar and can fit in nicely with a day trip when you want to see the historical heritage of Croatia in this area.

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4.3
(4 reviews)
Mateo
very good!!!
Christel
This town is such a religious town. I loved how it religious history is well documented. The church of St. Anthony of Padua was so beautiful and magnificent. Visiting this church was such a divine moment and experience that I will live to treasure
Molly
The bridge is famous for its height and it was a thrilling experience when we visited the bridge and had the jump. The adventure was great and we had a lot of fun on the jump. Scenic views too at the bridge and we couldn't miss taking a few picture for the day trip.
Leon
A trip to the horse back riding centre was on of the amazing things that i had to experience all through. We visited the place and with my friends and the adventure was superb with horse rides around the centre and unforgettable experience on the tour.