Marjan's chapels

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Marjan's chapels

  1. 1. Correlation: RELIGION – PHYSICAL EDUCATION Pupils of Elementary school “Marjan” present CHAPELS OF MARJAN HILL
  2. 2. Marjan – “basilica under the open blue sky” <ul><li>As if God himself had put up his tent on this holly hill on which every stone and every clod of earth is an altar - Marjan – the lungs but also the soul of the city. For centuries, people of Split had been making “the Way of the Cross” every Friday during Lent, walking from St. Francis’ church to the chapel of Our Lady of Sorrow. </li></ul>
  3. 3. The first station is the chapel of St. Mary Magdalene – St. Manda The chapel is located on the northeast slopes of Marjan. It is first mentioned in 1145. It has been renovated in the seventies of the 20th century. Every Sunday, Mass is still celebrated in this chapel.
  4. 4. In order to warm up, we started by walking briskly from the first viewpoint to St. Nicholas’ chapel
  5. 5. Jelena presented the facts about St. Nicholas’ chapel It has been built in 1219.
  6. 6. “ A sound mind in a sound body” - workout
  7. 7. Pupils ran up the slopes of Marjan with great joy, enjoying the freedom.
  8. 8. Intoxicated by the scent of pine and the beauty of nature, we quickly came to the chapel of Our Lady of Bethlehem which dates back to the days of Marko Marulić (15th century)
  9. 9. This time, Adriana presented the facts about the chapel
  10. 10. Already a bit tired, we were refreshed by new facts about St. Jerome’s chapel.
  11. 11. Oratory of St. Cirijak in a cave on Marjan
  12. 12. Interior of St. Jerome’s chapel
  13. 13. Cool Marjan’s water, excellent drink for thirsty lips.
  14. 14. Marjan has been greatly appreciated and preserved by our ancestors, let us do the same, for the sake of our children and grandchildren … After all, we are all just passers by here.

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