About us
The three-aisled Church of Our Lady of Loreta - Delorita is one of the largest churches outside of Dubrovnik. It was built as part of a Franciscan monastery, where one of the greatest Croatian painters - Mato Celestin Medović, a resident of Kuna - lived and worked. His paintings are on exhibit in the church and in the rich monastery collection. The museum also exhibits pictures, sculptures and church silver dating from the 15th to the 19th centuries. The small church dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary of Loreta was built in 1681. It is popularly known as Our Lady of Delorita. With time it has become a shrine that has attracted all the inhabitants of Pelješac. The local faithful, with the help of donations, expanded the church to its present dimensions in 1705.
Kuna, 20243 Kuna


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