It was designed by Paskoje Miličević in 1522, although much of the stone-carving was done by Josip Andrijić, who also worked on Korčula's cathedral as well as Dubrovnik's St Saviour's Church. Inside, the majestic courtyard is given over to art exhibitions and occasional concerts in summer. A Latin inscription on the far wall refers to the public scales that once stood here, and puts God firmly on the side of trading standards: "Cheating and tampering with the weights is forbidden, and when I weigh goods God weighs me."The splay-legged, spear-wielding figures underneath (known as the zelend, or "greenies", because of to their weather-beaten- bronze appearance) were cast in 1578 and used to strike the bell on the nearby by clock tower.
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