For over 800 years they have been connecting the two ends of Zadar's harbour with their small rowboats in any weather conditions ...
Geoffroy de Villehardouin (1160-1213), a prominent French nobleman, contributed one of the major eyewitness accounts of the Fourth Crusade and the events leading to the sack of Constantinople in 1204.
Konrad von Grünenberg was a German pilgrim who travelled along Dalmatian Coast and visited Zadar on his pilgrimage to the Holly Land in 1486.
The legend speaks of a Roman woman, the wife of a patrician, who was held under house arrest because of her wish to remain a virgin.
Zadarski kroničari navode kako je 27. travnja 1285. tijelo sv. Šime, biblijskog starca i Isusova suvremenika, donijeto iz Palestine u Zadar.
Pietro Casola ~ Priest from Milan, a pilgrim to the Holy Land, June 8th, 1494
Constantine VII Porphyrogennetos about the origins of Zadar, 4th cent. BC
Saint Chrysogonus Martyr (Croatian: Sveti Krševan) is a Roman Catholic saint and martyr of ancient Rome, a patron saint of Zadar.
Zadrom se još davne 1888. godine oduševio pariški putopisac Pierre Bauron
"It was in that city where Maraschino is produced. Zara (Zadar). I was there. It is on the coast ... ".