Palace Palota

A structure of substantial artistic, historical and architectural interest. The neo-baroque palace was built at the very beginning of the 20th-century. Right in the middle of the city's business district. It served as a headquarters for the country's Royal Navy Company of the Adriatic Sea.

The building's facade features many naval motifs, symbols, and creatures from the sea. Inside there are even more magnificent details to admire. Large marble-carved staircases, decorative ceilings, tiled floors, and some astonishing architecture. A real treat for the eyes.

After the First World War, the country lost its exit to the Sea. The shipping company remained inside the palace for quite some time. But soon after the building received new purposes eventually being converted into an apartment complex.
After the First World War, the country lost its exit to the Sea. The shipping company remained inside the palace for quite some time. But soon after the building received new purposes eventually being converted into an apartment complex.
Palace Palota
Many parts of the building are decaying. For the time being, there are no plans to renovate it. A few of the apartments are still accommodated. But apparently most of the building is owned by one person who doesn't seem to have plans for it.
Many parts of the building are decaying. For the time being, there are no plans to renovate it. A few of the apartments are still accommodated. But apparently most of the building is owned by one person who doesn't seem to have plans for it.
Palace Palota
Palace Palota
Palace Palota
Palace Palota
Palace Palota
Palace Palota
Palace Palota
Palace Palota
Palace Palota
Palace Palota
Palace Palota
Palace Palota
Palace Palota
Palace Palota
Palace Palota
Palace Palota