The Visovac Monastery (Croatian: Samostan Visovac) is a Roman Catholic monastery on the island of Visovac in the Krka National Park, Croatia. Visovac was settled by Augustinian monks, who established a small monastery and church dedicated to the Apostle Paul in the 14th century. It 1445 the Augustinian monastery was enlarged and adapted by the Franciscans.
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