Blaca hermitage

The Blaca Hermitage (Croatian: Pustinja Blaca) is located on the southern side of Brač island, in the Split-Dalmatia County of Croatia.

Pustinja Blaca Monastery

Site DescriptionEdit

The hermitage was originally established in 1551 by two Glagolitic monks, and continued by successive generations of monks until 1963 with the death of Father Niko Miličević.[1]

World Heritage StatusEdit

This site was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List on January 29, 2007, in the Cultural category.[1]


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Coordinates: 43°17′35″N 16°31′46″E / 43.29306°N 16.52944°E / 43.29306; 16.52944