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Vacation Apartment in Silo, Krk Island, Croatia
Apartment vacation studio for 2+1 persons for rent in Silo, island Krk, apartment is situated 300 m from sandy beach. Kitchen, room, bathroom, terrace, air condition, sat tv, grill, parking place.
Island of Krk
from EUR 24,-/ day
short description of the situation
Krk has historically been a center of Croatian culture. Various literature in Glagolitic alphabet was created and in part preserved on Krk (notably the Baška tablet, one of the oldest preserved texts in Croatian. A monastery lies on the small island of Košljun in a bay off the coast of Krk.
Krk belonged to the Republic of Venice during the Middle Ages until its dissolution, when its destinies followed those of Dalmatia. It became part of the kingdom SHS, later Yugoslavia, after World War I, in 1920. After that date, the village of Veglia/Krk remained the only predominantly Italian-speaking municipality in Yugoslavia. After WWII, most of the Italians left.