In the early 20th century, a Danish architect, archaeologist, and art historian visited the island of Vis. Ejnar Aksel Petersen Dyggve (1887–1961) spent 40 years of his life studying Dalmatian historical monuments and sites. His contribution is still appreciated and valued, and the same research material that was given to the city of Split was later digitalized. Look through the gallery to see some of the very first photographs ever taken of the archaelogical site of Issa.
Source: Ejnar Dyggve