This project page is about Nin, Dalmatia, Croatia. This page is also about the families of Nin. Linda Grubisic.
The following family names that can be found in Nin are:
Nin is the oldest Croatian royal town. An exceptional type of city-church complex. It is unique in the entire Mediterranean region. Nin was one of the main settlemants of the Liburnians until the arrival of the Roman conquerors, and since then the proud Municipiun named Aenona. The visitor can enter the little town by crossing one of two old bridges anf through one of the histrocial main gates go for sightseeing the city walls of Nin. The town is very rich in culture and historical monuments as well as in archaelogical finding and collections such as: the Duke Viseslav's baptismal font, two old croatian boats called "Condura Croatia" (11th c.), a Roman Temple, parish Church of St. Anselm (18th c.) and Gothic Chapel of St.Marcella, the Church of St. Ambrose (13th c.). St. Cross Church (9th c.) - the smallest Cathedral in the world, the Pre-Romanesque Church of St. Nicholas (12th c.), the bronze statue of the famous Croatian Bishop Gregorius, the Archaeological collection and many more. Turisticka zajednica grada Nina. Tourist Association of the City of Nin.
Okolna naselja: Grbe, Zaton, Ninski Stanovi, Vrsi, Privlaka, Petrčane, Žerava, Kožino, Poljica i Smokvica.
- Biskup Grgur Ninski
- Knez Branimir
- Kralj Petar Krešimir IV.
- Biskup Teodozije
- Petar Zoranić, pjesnik
- Branimir Johnny Štulić, glazbenik