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  • Matij Ivanić (c.1445 - c.1522)
    Matija Ivanić (Vrbanj, Hvar circa 1445 – Rome end 1522) was a prominent 16th century citizen of the Dalmatian city of Hvar that led the Hvar Rebellion (1510–1514) against the Venet...
  • Hanibal Lučić (c.1485 - 1553)
    Hanibal Lucić - HRT Točno prezime roda Lucića zapravo je Lučić jer se radi o patronimiku od imena Luka. Croatian Renaissance poet and playwright born to a Croatia...
  • Antica Barbarić (c.1845 - d.)
  • Lucija Rudan (1911 - 2005)
    Lucija Rudan je bila hrvatska pjesnikinja. Pisala je pjesme za djecu i pjesme na čakavskom narječju.

Ovaj projekat je dio projekta Hrvatsko Rodoslovlje - Dalmacija / Croatian Genealogy – Dalmatia Hrvatsko Rodoslovlje

Hvar is part of Split-Dalmatia County in Dalmatia, Croatia. The island has four municipalities (općina), namely Hvar (city) (pop 4138), Stari Grad (pop 2,817), Jelsa (pop 3,656) and Sućuraj (pop 492). Population figures as of 2001.[2]

  • Hvar (city) is the largest town on the island (pop 3,672), for many years an independent commune and major naval base of the Venetian Empire. Hvar municipality includes the settlements of Brusje (206), Velo Grablje (21), Milna (90) and Sveta Nedilja (148).
  • Jelsa is a market town in the northern part of the island (pop 1,798). Jelsa municipality includes the settlements of Gdinj (119), Gromin Dolac (4), Ivan Dolac (26), Svirče (445), Pitve (81), Poljica (68), Vrboska (526), Vrisnik (215), Zastražišće (230), Zavala (144).[2]
  • Stari Grad , also on the north part of the island (pop 1,906), is the site of one of the first permanent settlements on the Adriatic islands during Antiquity. Today, Stari Grad is the main seaport on the island; most visitors arrive here via car ferries from Split. Stari Grad municipality includes the settlements of Dol (348), Rudina (54), Selca (20) and Vrbanj (489).[2]
  • Sućuraj is a small town on the eastern end of the island, nearest to the mainland, where a regular car ferry service connects the island with the town of Drvenik. Sućuraj municipality includes the mainly agricultural communities in the eastern part of the island. The village of Bogomolje is in the district of Sućuraj.

Otok pripada Splitsko-dalmatinskoj županiji i podijeljen je u 2 grada i općine (broj stanovnika 2001. godine):

  • Grad Hvar - Brusje (206), Velo Grablje (21), Milna (90) and Sveta Nedilja (148).
  • Općina Jelsa - Gdinj (119), Gromin Dolac (4), Ivan Dolac (26), Svirče (445), Pitve (81), Poljica (68), Vrboska (526), Vrisnik (215), Zastražišće (230), Zavala (144).
  • Grad Stari Grad -Stari Grad - 1,906, Vrbanj - 489, Dol - 348, Rudina (Mala i Vela) - 54, Selca kod Starog Grada
  • Općina Sućuraj - Sućuraj - 387, Bogomolje - 98, Selca kod Bogomolja - 7

Otok Hvar je vodeći u suvremenom čakavskom pjesništvu po razvedenosti suvremenoga dijalektalnog pjesništva, a poznata su imena: Tin Kolumbić, Marin Franičević-Pločar, Jure Franičević-Pločar, Pere Ljubić, Lucija Rudan, Rajka Anđelić Maslovarić, Tatjana Radovanović, Mirko Barbarić, Zlatan Plenković, Sibe Miličić, Miki Bratanić...

Od 2004. godine održava se književna manifestacija Susret čakavskih pjesnikinja otoka Hvara posvećena pjesništvu na čakavskom narječju otoka Hvara, autorice čijih su pjesama žene.

Križna procesija na Hvaru je 2009. godine, kao nematerijalna kulturna baština, postala UNESCO-va svjetska baština.


Hvar je dao mnoge poznate rimokatoličke znanstvenike, autore i velikodostojnike: Tomislav Koljatić Maroević, Jordan Zaninović, Šime Ljubić, Nikola Dominik Budrović, Jordan Kuničić, Rajmund Kupareo, Juraj Carić, Estanislao Esteban Karlic, Jorge Novak...

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