Celebrating the 200 years of existence of the City Cemetery of Zadar

City Cemetery of Zadar
This year, the Zadar City Cemetery celebrates 200 years of existence, and unfortunately due to the current epidemiological situation, the European Cemeteries Toure and a free tour as part of the Week of Discovering European Cemeteries, whose anniversary should have been marked, have been cancelled.

The City Cemetery of Zadar was established in 1820. The first burial dates back to 1821 and the oldest preserved grave stone comes from the year of 1822. Basic data The City Cemetery of Zadar is owned by the City of Zadar and managed by T.D. Nasadi d.o.o. City Cemetery is a valuable part of the cultural and historical heritage of Zadar because the oldest part of the cemetery marked as "NGA", and among citizens better known as the "Italian cemetery", is placed under the State Administration for Cultural Heritage, as well as a dozen 200-year-old cypress trees. that part of the cemetery.

In addition to the historical, the horticultural arrangement of the cemetery is of great importance, which has been especially taken care of in recent years.

Today, the City Cemetery of Zadar is one of the most beautiful cemeteries in Croatia and as a member of the ASCE since 2015. represents a wealth of cultural and historical heritage of this part of Europe.