On the acropolis of Rovinj there stands a wonderful and ancient Church of St. Euphemia. On the place of a pristine small house of worship, with sarcophagus and earthy remains of the old Christian woman martyr, overlooking the sun-bathed sea, the church developed in the period of Baroque to its today’s impressive size and gorgeous outfit. Although in the period of Napoleon’s conquest it remained without an important part of its treasury, it is still full of precious works of art, some of which were made by famous artists, while the others speak from their anonymity, using clear stylistic language of the period. Among these last, worth mentioning is a very interesting procession inventory, several baroque wooden sculptures or groups of sculptures on long rods. These sculptures stand in lateral chapels and interconnected by a walk through the church, create an entire small theatre.
Issue Date: 16.03.2015 Designer: Ariana Noršić, designer from Samobor Illustrator: Photographer: Damir Fabijanić Printer: AKD d.o.o., Zagreb Process: Multicoloured Offsetprint + Gold Folio Print Colours: 4 Colours Size: 29.82 x 35.50 mm