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Perlica

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Luka
Luka
March 14, 2019
a restaurant with domestic food, a restaurant specialty is lamb, probably best in South Croatia / Dalmatia
Stjepan
Stjepan
June 21, 2018
Best Domestic Lamb in town
Anđelka
Anđelka
May 10, 2016
Delicious domestic lamb on the spit!
Gorjana
Gorjana
February 3, 2019
Dalmatian specialty - lamb
Bernarda
Bernarda
January 15, 2019
For fresh lamb lovers!

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“Ethno agro park "Stella Croatica" in Klis (village near Split) is family owned company which produces traditional handmade Dalmatian delicacies. You have opportunity to learn about preparation of top quality olive oil, variety of chesses, fig and prune cake and traditional sweets. You can taste it and purchase if you want. There you can learn about Dalmatian cultural heritage through ethnovillage (also visiting traditional stone house) which represent every day of typical Dalmatian family. Variety of homemade specialities in their restaurant (meat and potatoes under the lid wooden baked, special pasta, lavander cake etc.) make this place unique and unforgettable. ”
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“The mill Gašpina mlinica is one of the only preserved mills on the Jadro River. It was built in the early 18th century and the first records of it date back to 1711. Its structure consists of four low buildings in a row with gable roofs covered with stone plates. Over the centuries, its structure has been modified and upgraded, which is evident from the subsequently created windows on the facade. The building faces a north-south orientation and the water was directed through the channels from the east, free-falling to the lower parts of the mill, i.e. to the wires attached to the axles. The doors and windows mainly face west. An ancient stone stele was placed above the main entrance. The inside of the mill contains the static stone parts of the mill with stone water wheels. Based on the architecture and information gained from old literature sources, it appears that the oldest part of this complex is the southern one, while the middle one was rebuilt on higher ground after being destroyed by the river flooding in 1885. Mills remained a lucrative business for years, but the imminent demise of the industry was evident by the late 19th century. Nevertheless, Gašpina mlinica would continue to grind grain until the 1960s and a glass grinding shop was also located there in the 1930s. After that, it was deserted and left to the mercy of the elements. By the late 20th century, its roof had caved in and the inside was devastated. The town of Solin, working together with the Conversation Department of the Ministry of Culture, soon began the restoration process and five year later, in September 2008, they returned the building to Solin and its visitors, restored to its full former glory. In terms of historical continuity and ethnographic value, this mill represents a cultural monument and has been entered into the Registry of Cultural Monuments of the Republic of Croatia as such. Open to visitors: Mondays - Saturdays: 8:00 am -12:00 pm; 5:00-8:00 pm Sundays: 5:00-8:00 pm ”
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Klis, Splitsko-dalmatinska županija 21231
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