Discover the beauty of Hvar town (Hvar)
This town is situated on the south coast of the island of the same name, which lies between the islands of Brač, Vis, and Korčula, as part of the Split-Dalmatia county in Croatia. The city itself is inhabited by 3,700 people, making it the largest settlement on the island. As the island's main sight, Hvar town has a long and distinguished history as center for trade and culture in the Adriatic. It was an important naval base with a strong fortress above, encircling the town walls and protecting the port. The 700-year-old walls still survive, as do many of the noble houses and pu
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