Inventory from the church of St. Roko on Kreševo Brdo

The church of St. Roko on Kreševo Brdo is a single-nave structure, with a rectangular layout with a rectangular apse, with a bell cote on the front of the facade, east-west orientated. The church’s inventory contains 23 artworks, ranging from the 16th and 17th century until the 20th century. In the sanctuary there is a neo-baroque wooden polychrome altar of the Rako workshop from Imotski, built in the 19th century. An exceptionally valuable small baroque portable altar with a sculptural composition of the Virgin with the Child in the iconographic scheme of Our Lady of the Rosary with St. Dominic and St. Catherine of Siena, from 1759. From the liturgical utensils, a chalice with paten from the 16th and 17th century, ciborium from the 17th and 18th century, 18th century procession crucifix and pacifical, 18th century candlesticks and the two Roman missals from years 1707 and 1767. Location: Kreševo Classification: sacral/religious objects Time of origin: from 16th until 20th century. Author: Rako workshop Cultural good mark: Z-6702 Type: mobile cultural good – collection Legal status: protected cultural good