Brač Cathedral - Church of Christ the King


The parish church of Christ the King in Selca is considered the most monumental sacral building on the island, so we call it the Brač Cathedral.

It is located in the centre of Selca and has a height of 45 meters is the tallest church on the Dalmatian islands and dominates its surroundings.

It was built in the neo-Romanesque style of white Brač stone by local builders and stonemasons. The church has a bronze statue of Christ the King, the work of the prominent Croatian sculptor Ivan Meštrović.

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