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Gregory of Nin

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Rozita
Rozita
June 26, 2020
The monument to Gregory of Nin (Grgur Ninski in Croatian), created by the most famous Croatian sculptor Ivan Mestrovic. The statue is an imposing 6 feet tall. It is believed that touching his thumb brings happiness and the realization of desires. So whether you’re superstitious or not, don’t miss…
Goran
Goran
November 15, 2019
The 8.5-metre tall statue of Gregory of Nin by Ivan Meštrović in Split is a busy tourist site in the town, which the toe of the statue shows. Rubbing the statue's toe is said to bring good luck.The toe has been worn smooth and shiny as a result.
Kate
Kate
September 26, 2019
• Statue of Grgur Ninski: Do not miss to visit the monument to Gregory of Nin (Grgur Ninski in Croatian), created by the most famous Croatian sculptor Ivan Mestrovic. The statue is an imposing 6 feet tall. It is believed that touching his thumb brings happiness and the realization of desires.
Luka
Luka
May 6, 2019
A big statue with great history, and everybody grabs his thumb for good luck. ;)
Nikola
Nikola
April 9, 2019
Statue of croatian Bishop, touch his toe for a good luck.

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