Trogir

Trogir

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Trogir is an island located in a sea tributary between the mainland and the island of Čiovo in the northwestern part of the Kaštela Bay. Trogir is the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex, not only on the Adriatic, but in the whole of Central Europe. The entire core of the old town is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, as an example of a well-preserved Romanesque island town.

The Cathedral of St. St. Lawrence, which is one of the most famous monuments in Trogir and one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Croatia, is dominated In Trogir. Its construction took 300 years. Climb the bell tower of the Cathedral of St. Lovre and enjoy the unique panorama of Trogir and its surroundings. On the coast of the city is the Kamerlengo Fortress, which is a magnificent building from the 15th century, and not far from the Kamerlengo Fortress is the tower of St. Marco. From the sea side you can still enter the city of Trogir through the Southern City Gate built in the Renaissance style, while the northern city gate is decorated with Venetian lion and its stone bridge connected the city with the mainland. At the top of the door is a statue of St. John of Trogir, who is also the patron saint of the city of Trogir.

Some of the sights that Trogir abounds in and that you should definitely visit: On the main town square, opposite the cathedral stands the votive Church of St. Sebastian, which instead of a bell tower has an amazing City Clock Tower. City Lodge, Grand and Small Ćipiko Palace, Rector's Palace, Garagnin Palace - Fanfogna, which houses the city museum. What is certainly the most interesting from the history of Trogir is the fact that Trogir is the first city in Europe to have its own pharmacy, which was opened in 1271.

In addition to a trip into the past that you experience walking the streets, Trogir is a living Mediterranean town that offers countless opportunities for rest, relaxation, adventure and fun. Numerous beaches, cafes, fishing festivals and festivals, Dalmatian food and great atmosphere, each year attracts more and more visitors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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