Rab is a Croatian city on the island of Rab. Traces of life on the island date back to the early Stone Age. Prehistoric sites are along the entire island. On a small peninsula and lost between the bay of St. Euphemia and its port, has been transformed into a picturesque and beautiful town, which its characteristic shape, with four towers, reminiscent of a large sailboat with four highly elevated mast. In the northwestern part of the square Municipum Arbe is one of the most beautiful buildings in the city, the former prince’s palace, and now the Assembly of the island. In the 12th century Rab was an important city and the diocese headquarters, however, at the request of the then bishop, a newly built church was blessed by Alexander III., The Pope in 1177 on his return from Zadar to Rome.