St. Vincent is a Renaissance town, located in the south of central Istria, Croatia. It is famous not only for its history and architecture, but also for an interesting historical person, Mare the Witch. In 1632, Mare Radolovich, the herbalist of St. Vincent, was accused of witchcraft by her fellow citizens.
Even though she helped and treated them with her herbal cures, they condemned her and burnt her at the stake in the backyard of Morosini-Grimani Castle. Three hundred years later, it was decided that Mare deserves another opportunity for a new life. That is why, with the help of new technology, we brought her spirit back to life by giving her a new home in the House of Mare the Witch, a visitor center.