Sutivan - Ilić house complex

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The first fortified palace in Sutivan was built in 1505 by Jakov Nadali – Božičević. It was built in Renaissance style. This palace lost a lot of its original beauty after annexing the facade and with further modifications. Latin Renaissance inscription on the house facade was a hymn in honour of the Venetian Republic as Jakov Nadali was warring under the flag of St. Mark and with money got in that wars built this palace. Nadali's or Natali's and later Ilić's palace have a spacious park preserved untill nowadays and renewed. Its southern part was transformed to a public park.

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