Silba/island of Silba
THE TORETA is the most well known symbol of Silba. It is a hexagonal tower with outer spiral stairs and is situated near the local post office. It is about 15 meters high and is used as a viewpoint. In the 19th century, the Toreta was erected by captain Petar Marinić, and legend says that it was in memory of an unforgotten love. The exceptional view from the top extends over the neighboring islands and local waters.
KAPELICE: There are seven white chapels placed at equal intervals from the parish Church of Saint Mary's to the Church of Saint Mark's. Each one has two stopping places for the way of the cross of the church procession before the Easter holidays.
VARH is 80 meters high and the highest point on the island. It is located in the north of the island, and is easiest to reach from the south side, from the direction of the nearby Papranica Cove.
THE MUSEUM of academic sculptor Marija Ujević
Marija Ujević-Galetović (born in Zagreb on 20 October 1933) is a Croatian sculptor and a member of the Croatian Academy of Arts and Sciences. She originates from a family of teachers. Her father Mate Ujević was a teacher and an author of the Croatian Encyclopaedia. Her mother was also a teacher. She attended primary and secondary school in Zagreb. In 1953, she enrolled in the Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts, department of sculpture, and graduated under Professor Kršinić in 1958. After university, she went to London Central School of Art for further training. Since 1987, she has been working as an employee at the Academy of Fine Arts where she became a regular lecturer in 1995. Since 1998, she has been a member of the Croatian Academy of Arts and Sciences.