Zverinac is a small Croatian island in the Zadar Archipelago of the Adriatic Sea. It occupies 4.2 km2[1] and is populated by 43 people,[2] with a population density of 10.29 persons per square kilometer. Its highest peak is 111 metres high.

According to the Croatian Culturenet website, the island was first mentioned in 1421 as Suiran, a possession of the Zadar noblemen. In the island's settlement is the baroque palace of the family of Fanfong from 1746 . There are Roman ruins in the Poripišće uvala.


Coordinates: 44°9′50″N 14°55′0″E / 44.16389°N 14.91667°E / 44.16389; 14.91667

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