What travelers say
The climate here is mild Mediterranean with temperatures ranging from 6.5°C in January to around 24°C in July.
The city was first mentioned in 1066 in the Charter of the Croatian king Petar Krešimir IV. During World War II, the Theatre of Šibenik, the largest and oldest theatre in the country, was completely destroyed. It was subsequently ... More rebuilt in its original style.
Šibenik is supported by its textile, food processing, shipbuilding and tourist industries. The city is a major political, tourist, academic and transport centre of the Šibenik-Knin county.
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