Cathedral of the Assumption
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Lonely Planet review
On the site of a Roman baths and an early basilica, this imposing Romanesque structure dates from the 12th century. Note the rare early-Christian carving of two birds eating a fish on the first column next to the apse. The left nave features a Gothic chapel from the 15th century, with the coats-of-arms of the Frankopan princes who used it as a place of worship.