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Bakar KAŠTEL / BAKAR CASTLE Najpoznatija i svakako najatraktivnija u Bakru jest srednjovjekovna tvrđava Kaštel. Ova monumentalna i impozantna građevina u obliku kakvom je danas vidimo potječe, nakon raznih pregradnji, iz 18. stoljeća, no njeni se korijeni protežu mnogo dublje u prošlost. O tome svjedoči i glagoljski natpis iz 1530. godine uklesan na gornjem dijelu kamene vratnice ulaznih vratiju. EN Bakar’s most famous attraction is undoubtedly its Kaštel medieval fortress. The present shape of this monumental and imposing building dates back to the 18th century and is the result of several reconstructions, but its origins date back much deeper into the past. This is attested to by the Glagolitic inscription from 1530 engraved in the upper part of the entrance stone post. BAKARSKI PREZIDI / DRY-STONE WALLS Na istočnim obroncima Bakarskog zaljeva nalaze se suhozidi čija je izgradnja počela u doba Marije Terezije. Uz njeno je dopuštenje lokalno stanovništvo iskrčilo šumu i posadilo vinograd. Žene su u brentama na leđima donosile zemlju u kojoj se sadila vinova loza Belina. Od tog se grožđa proizvodila nadaleko poznata Bakarska vodica. 1972. godine proglašeni su zaštićenim krajolikom te su uvršteni u registar spomenika kulture. EN The Eastern slopes of Bakar Bay are dotted with dry-stone walls whose construction began during the rule of Maria Theresa. With her permission, local people rooted out the trees and planted vineyards with the Belina grape variety, for which women carried soil in special baskets on their back. These grapes were used to produce the famous Bakarska Vodica sparkling wine. In 1972 the Bakar dry-stone walls were declared a protected landscape and registered in the list of Croatian cultural monuments. HRELJINSKA GRADINA / HRELJIN GRADINA CASTLE Ruševni ostaci srednjovjekovnog grada Hreljina izgrađeni su na uzvisini piramidalnog oblika i strmih obronaka, 321 m iznad mora. Od vidljivih ostataka, osim ostatak gradskih bedema i raznih drugih objekata, do danas su se sačuvala dva crkvena objekta i to toranj tj. zvonik crkve sv. Jurja te kapelica Blažene Djevice Marije. EN The medieval hilltop town of Hreljin was built on a pyramidal hill with steep slopes 321 m above the sea. The ruins that are still visible today include remnants of town walls and some other structures, as well as two sacred buildings: the bell tower of the Church of St. George and the Chapel of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Svakako posjetite Also visit Ponikvarsko jezero / Ponikve Lake Crkva sv. Andrije / St. Andrew Church Turska kuća / Turkish house Rimska kuća / Roman House Mareograf / Mareograph Jaz i perilo / Weir and traditional laundry site