Hollow Church


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Hollow Church (Croatian: Šuplja crkva) is a name given to a part of the archeological excavations of what used to be a Croatian romanesque Roman Catholic church in the 11th century. Originally named Basillica of Saint Peter and Moses, the building was built on the foundations of an older Christian church next to a 6th-century Byzantine chapel in the vicinity of the ancient ruins of Salona.40°32′15.22″N 16°29′27.7″E

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