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In the vicinity of the Old Village and the Church of St. Juraj, boasting a marvelous view of Gradina, stands a "Kostanića greb". One of the most famous tombstones on the Makarska coast, it was made in the middle of the 15th century, and was originally mentioned in 1604. Carved outlines of the figures of two horsemen and a girl in the middle depict the fight between a Turk and a local young man, Ljubomir, for the love and affection of the girl Anđelija. The story that preceded the erection of this tombstone is a Croatian version of Romeo and Juliet. The monument is a cultural asset testifying to an interesting story and a valuable commemoration of a genuine historical event that took place here. In 2016, Dalmatian tombstones were added on the UNESCO World Heritage List.