The village of Čara, island of Korčula in Croatia

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Inside the grounds, Čara is surrounded by vineyards.

In the south of Čara, charming it port of Zavalatica one of most pleasant, is still preserved tourism.

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Church Saint Peter
The parish church Saint Peter (15th century) shelters two works of the Venetian painter Bassano.
Church of the Virgin
The church votive, known as “of the Virgin”, (14th century, but then re-examined at the time baroque), is the object of an important pilgrimage, on July 25th.

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