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Luxurious 15th-century house in Hvar historic core

Оценка 4.85 из 5. Всего 26 отзывов.СуперхозяинХвар, Splitsko-dalmatinska županija, Хорватия
Дом целиком
хозяин: Latica
6 гостей3 спальни4 кровати1 ванная
Дом целиком, хозяин: Latica
6 гостей3 спальни4 кровати1 ванная
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A small touch of history, an infinite touch of luxury!

Severo Luxury Manor, historically known as The Bevilaqua House, is a 15th-century Gothic mini-palace located right next to the 14th-century Church of st. Anunnziata. The manor is a cultural heritage of the Republic of Croatia restored with the highest care and precision and was even the subject of a few PhD theses. Once a place of vehement events, Severo luxury manor now stands as a soothing base for your private refuge and enjoyment.

Что доступно гостю
You will have an exclusive parking spot reserved for you, a thing quite rare in Hvar.

Важная информация
The 500-year legend behind Severo Luxury Manor – The Myth of the St. Cross


Severo luxury manor was once known as the Bevilaqua House, named after its owner, Hvar’s harbormaster and admiral Niccolo Bevilaqua, who lived in late 15th and early 16th century.

On the 6th of February 1510, the skies darkened, a heavy rain fell down upon Hvar, followed by a strong storm. At 7 PM the ground shook three times and the roof of St. Annunziata church exploded in pieces.

At the same time, in the house next to the church, the Bevilaqua House, the admiral’s granddaughter was storing clothes and cleaning the room of dust. She found a small sooty crucifix, took in into her hand to clean it when a thick, dark liquid started dripping from the crucifix.

She called her mother and her father, who said that it was probably the color that has melted off the crucifix. Still, to make sure, they called the town’s painter, Stjepan (Stephen) Vitaglich, who momentarily found out that it was not color dripping from the crucifix, but blood!

Alarmed, they called upon the church’s canon and curator, Matija (Matthew) Lukanich. He was already shaken by the fact that the church’s roof went to pieces only minutes ago. When he found out about the blood he fell into a state of excruciating pain and near-madness.

As it happens, it was the very Lukanich who swore on that very crucifix in early 1509 to kill all of Hvar’s nobility. Lukanich was, along with Tomo (Thomas) Bevilaqua, the girl’s father and admiral’s son, the main conspirator of a planned coup and massacre that was to follow. Tomo Bevilaqua died in an accident in November of 1509, so the coup had to be postponed.

Now looking at the same crucifix bleeding made Lukanich fell into despair.
At first, all parties involved and the citizens of Hvar understood this as a warning from God, that saying sustain from any bloodshed. As hours passed, Lukanich fell more and more into madness, ending up flagellating himself to death six days after the discovery of the crucifix.

In the end, Hvar ended up in a civil war, which began in May 1510 and lasted for four years. Feel free to find out more by entering 'Hvar rebellion' into a search engine of your choice.

The events of 6th of February were first noted in detail by Hvar’s judge, Pavao (Paul) Paladinich. Other testimonies were collected by an apostolic visitor 69 years later, in 1579, from individuals who were children in time of these events. All testimonies were published in A. Gabelich’s ‘The uprising of Hvar’s commoners’ and J. Bracanovich’s ‘500 years of St. Cross worshipping’.

The bloodied crucifix and the adherent blooded cloth are kept today in Hvar cathedral.

Be as it may, whether you believe in the story or not, you will be enjoying your vacation inside a living part of history, now here exclusively for your pleasure!

Severo
A small touch of history, an infinite touch of luxury!

Severo Luxury Manor, historically known as The Bevilaq…
A small touch of history, an infinite touch of luxury!

Severo Luxury Manor, historically known as The Bevilaqua House, is a 15th-century Gothic mini-palace located right next to the 14th-century Church of st. Anunnziata. The manor is a cultural heritage of the Republic of Croatia restored with the highest care and precision and was even the subject of a few PhD theses. Once a place of vehement events, Severo luxury manor now stands as a soothing base for your private refuge and enjoyment.

Что доступно гостю
You will have an exclusive parking spot reserved for you, a thing quite rare in Hvar.

Важная информация
The 500-year legend behind Severo Luxury Manor – The Myth of the St. Cross


Severo luxury manor was once known as the Bevilaqua House, named after its owner, Hvar’s harbormaster and admiral Niccolo Bevilaqua, who lived in late 15th and early 16th century.

On the 6th of February 1510, the skies darkened, a heavy rain fell down upon Hvar, followed by a strong storm. At 7 PM the ground shook three times and the roof of St. Annunziata church exploded in pieces.

At the same time, in the house next to the church, the Bevilaqua House, the admiral’s granddaughter was storing clothes and cleaning the room of dust. She found a small sooty crucifix, took in into her hand to clean it when a thick, dark liquid started dripping from the crucifix.

She called her mother and her father, who said that it was probably the color that has melted off the crucifix. Still, to make sure, they called the town’s painter, Stjepan (Stephen) Vitaglich, who momentarily found out that it was not color dripping from the crucifix, but blood!

Alarmed, they called upon the church’s canon and curator, Matija (Matthew) Lukanich. He was already shaken by the fact that the church’s roof went to pieces only minutes ago. When he found out about the blood he fell into a state of excruciating pain and near-madness.

As it happens, it was the very Lukanich who swore on that very crucifix in early 1509 to kill all of Hvar’s nobility. Lukanich was, along with Tomo (Thomas) Bevilaqua, the girl’s father and admiral’s son, the main conspirator of a planned coup and massacre that was to follow. Tomo Bevilaqua died in an accident in November of 1509, so the coup had to be postponed.

Now looking at the same crucifix bleeding made Lukanich fell into despair.
At first, all parties involved and the citizens of Hvar understood this as a warning from God, that saying sustain from any bloodshed. As hours passed, Lukanich fell more and more into madness, ending up flagellating himself to death six days after the discovery of the crucifix.

In the end, Hvar ended up in a civil war, which began in May 1510 and lasted for four years. Feel free to find out more by entering 'Hvar rebellion' into a search engine of your choice.

The events of 6th of February were first noted in detail by Hvar’s judge, Pavao (Paul) Paladinich. Other testimonies were collected by an apostolic visitor 69 years later, in 1579, from individuals who were children in time of these events. All testimonies were published in A. Gabelich’s ‘The uprising of Hvar’s commoners’ and J. Bracanovich’s ‘500 years of St. Cross worshipping’.

The bloodied crucifix and the adherent blooded cloth are kept today in Hvar cathedral.

Be as it may, whether you believe in the story or not, you will be enjoying your vacation inside a living part of history, now here exclusively for your pleasure!

Severo
A small touch of history, an infinite touch of luxury!

Severo Luxury Manor, historically known as The Bevilaqua House, is a 15th-century Gothic mini-palace located right next to the 14th-century Chur…

Спальные места

Спальня 1
1 кровать Queen Size
Спальня 2
1 кровать Queen Size
Спальня 3
2 односпальные кровати

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Wi-Fi
Бесплатная парковка
Сушильная машина
Стиральная машина
Камин
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Severo Luxury Manor is a house next to the 14th-century Church of St Anunnziata in the heart of Hvar’s Old Town. It’s a short stroll to the catamaran port, St Stephen's Church, and all the amenities in Hvar.

Хозяин: Latica

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Hi, I'm Latica. Me and my father Severo will do our best to be proper hosts to you ;)
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Severo, nice to meet you. A father, a husband, a pharmacy owner, an art collector. Although stemming from a Iong line of pharmacists (my grandfather graduated pharmacy in Vienna in 1895), I have an MA in Art History too and have used this passion of mine in decorating Severo Luxury Manor. Every detail was thought through and crafted with the utmost care, being careful not to harm the object's original nature.

I will be a proper host to you, in order to establish a kind of trust that allows us to perhaps cooperate in the years to come. If you have doubts, if you need anything, feel free to ask, I'm here for you. ;)
Severo, nice to meet you. A father, a husband, a pharmacy owner, an art collector. Although stemming from a Iong line of pharmacists (my grandfather graduated pharmacy in Vienna in…
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Правила дома
Прибытие: 17:00 – 19:00
Выезд: 10:00
Не подходит для младенцев (младше 2 лет)
Курение запрещено
Нельзя с питомцами
Без вечеринок и мероприятий