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sv. Mikula na Stagnji, romanička crkva (11./12 st.) ¨ St. Nicholas, romanesque church (11th/12th C)

Ovo je jedan od najkasnijih primjera starohrvatskoga sakralnog graditeljstva.

Izgradnju crkve potaknula je 1068. benediktinka Nemira, kći Mesagaline, iz bogate splitske hrvatsko-romanske obitelji.

Izgradnju, dogradnju i kasniju pregradnju napravili su Nemirin mladji brat Ivan i njegova druga supruga Tiha.

Dvie kamene lavice nose zabat zapadnoga portala.

Crkvena ladja duga je 4.5 m, četvrtasta apsida je 1.5 m duga i 3 m široka.

Tiekom stoljeća, crkva je pretrpjela raznovrsne unutarnje i vanjske preinake.

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This is one of the latest examples of early Croatian sacral architecture.

The construction of the church was started in 1068 by Benedictine nun Nemira, daughter of Mesagalina,

a member of a wealthy Croato-Roman family from Split.

Construction, expansion and subsequent reconstruction were performed by Nemira's younger brother Ivan and his second wife Tiha.

Two stone lionesses carry western portal with gable.

The church's nave is 4.5 m long, rectangular apse is 1.5 m long and 3 m wide.

Over the centuries, the church has suffered a variety of internal and external changes.

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  • Uploaded on July 17, 2009
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    by Zlatan Olić
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