13 July 2017

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A unique sight to whole Croatia, not only the island of Brač. It was originally established in 1551 by two Glagolitic monks.

With time, the shrine and dormitory placed inside a cave that was a nucleus grew and evolved into a monastery complex.

Blaca Hermitage

There is no easy way to get to this fabulous museum carved in karst of Vidova gora. It is placed between Milna and Bol. One way to come is from the sea and Popova vala bay and 45 min walk. The other one is by car from the road to Vidova gora where you should leave a car and walk through deserted village Dragovode. Which ever you choose, please keep in mind to take a lot of water as it takes a lot of walk.

The monastery was maintained and active by the 1963 and its last tenant, monk, father Niko Miličević, known as a great and passionate astronomer.

After his death, it was turned into museum with great collections that monks gathered, a library and a huge clocks collection. It is open Tuesday to Sunday.

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