Tripalo Palace, Sinj Sights

Daniela Rogulj

It was built in the 19th century, in the very centre of Sinj, near the Church of the Miraculous Madonna of Sinj. It is owned by the Tripalo family, a reputable Sinj family. The north façade is richly decorated with ornaments cut in stone – prominent stone cornices, a revival-style balcony, a prominent finishing cornice and an attic with ornamental heraldic fields. The original spatial disposition of the house has been preserved, as well as the first floor inventory from the time when the Palace was built (furniture, curtains, lighting fixtures, wall illustrations). The building also has a large arched basement. A garden, orihinally in baroque, stretches south. There is also a greenhouse. Due to its historical value, the Palace has been given the landmark status. The building bears a tablet on which there is an inscription reading ″The stone from Glavica of St Nicholas near Selci on the island of Brač, the stone-cutter Nikola A. Štambuk. Friendship I cherish more than gold, the door open to a friend in 1883.″

Source: TZ Sinj 


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