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[PHOTOS] Building on Biggest Church in Croatia Near Completion

01Work has started on the interior of what will be the largest church in Croatia…

Situated at the site of an old bolt and screw factory, 3 million euros has been invested to construct the Gospe Velikog Hrvatskog Krsnog Zavjeta (Our Lady of the Great Croatian Baptismal Vow) Church in Knin (Šibenik-Knin County). The 1,024 square-metre Church will seat over 700 people when finished, making it Croatia’s largest Church.

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Architect: Jerko Rošin,  Interior: Ante Vrban (photo credit / franjevci-split-knin.com)

 

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