The St. Saviour church (9th century)
The St. Saviour (Croatian: Crkva Sv. Spasa) is a Pre-Romanesque church in Split-Dalmatia county, Croatia. The exact location of the church is in a small village of Cetina, in inland of Dalmatian Zagora, on spring of river Cetina. This church is one of the most important in Croatia, as it is the pre-schism church constructed with a bell tower which is still standing. Its was a large stone church for that period. The church is a one-longitudinal-nave structure with a sanctuary consisting of three apses, in the form of a trefoil. Later, the middle apse was pulled down and substituted by a bigger, rectangular one. The church has strong semi-circular buttresses that give a feeling of fortification, emphasized with mighty bell-tower positioned in front of entrance.