Blaca Hermitage is located on the south side of the island of Brač, between the villages of Bol and Milna. It was founded in the 16th century by Glagolitic priests from the village of Poljica who came here when running away from the Ottoman Army. Refugee priests found shelter in a cave partitioned with stones. As the Hermitage was built of stones from a nearby quarry, it blended perfectly with its surroundings over the centuries of existence. Today there is a museum in which old furniture, kitchen, dining rooms and various stylish fittings used in the rooms are exhibited. The particularity of this museum collection is the variety of astronomical devices, a rich collection of antique weapons and watches and a rich library.
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