Zadar - ☀After the death of Louis I, Zadar came under the rule of Sigmund of Luxembourg and later Ladislaus of Naples, who, witnessing his loss of influence in Dalmatia, sold Zadar and his dynasty's rights to Dalmatia to Venice for 100,000 ducats on July 31, 1409. Venice therefore obtained control over Zadar without a fight, but was confronted by the resistance and tensions of important Zadar families. These attempts were met with persecution and confiscation. Zadar remained the administrative seat of Dalmatia, but this time under the rule of Venice, which expanded over the whole Dalmatia, barring the Republic of Ragusa/Dubrovnik.
Zadar is located in the Eastern Europe region, and is unlocked by the East Mediterranean Sea port permit. It is located on the Adriatic Sea zone, and is part of the Italy and Southern France cultural sphere. It is allied with Venice.
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