Church of St. Lucy, Jurandvor
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Church of St. Lucy, Jurandvor
The Church of St. Lucy

The Church of St. Lucy (Croatian: Crkva svete Lucije) in Jurandvor near Ba?ka, Krk, Croatia is a Romanesque Catholic church from the year 1100 with two major medieval Croatian artifacts: the Ba?ka Tablet,[1] and a checkerboard-pattern carving on the bell tower that is suspected to be one of the first instances of the Croatian coat of arms.[2]

References

  1. ^ Fu?i?, Branko (September 1971). "Najstariji hrvatski glagoljski natpisi". Slovo (in Croatian). Old Church Slavonic Institute. 21: 238. ISSN 0583-6255. Retrieved .
  2. ^ Jonas Frykman; Gösta Arvastson (1995). Bjarne Stoklund (ed.). Ethnologia Europaea. 25-26. Museum Tusculanum Press. p. 78. ISBN 9788772893426. Retrieved .

Coordinates: 44°58?40?N 14°44?18?E / 44.977735°N 14.738224°E / 44.977735; 14.738224



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