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Stanko Piplović ; Split

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Bartul Tamino from Zadar graduated from the Vienna Technical School in 1874. He was employed in the State Construction Service of the province of Dalmatia at Zadar. He executed Plans fro the building of the additional elevation of the belfry of the Cathedral at Zadar started already in the 15th century. The works were carryed aut to the plans by the English architect T. G. Jackson. In 1893 he was appointed the conservator of the Central Commission for the Exploration and Conservation of Historical and Art Monuments for the North Dalmatia, save the town of Zadar. As a conservator he worked on the salvation of the Romanesque church of St. John the Evangelist at Rab, the fortress at Knin and the medieval churches of the Holy Cross and St. Nicholas at Nin, which he renewed as well. He spent a lot of energy in the preservation of the Benedictine monasteries on the island of Pašman and at Nin and supported archeological excavations at Asseria near Benkovac.

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