Radovanov trg 9, Trogir, 21220, Croatia
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Vie of the main land entry gate
Looking down the steps
Narrow streets Kastlea Gomilica
Travel Tips for Trogir
History and architecture
Trogir's origins trace back to the original Greek inhabitants of the 3rd century B.C., but most of what you see today is reminiscent of Venetian and Roman roots. This carving is found above the main door to the Domincan Church along the Riva and depicts Mary Magdalene covered only by her long flowing, tresses.
Elementary school "Petar Berislavic"
This representative building, which stands on the Riva, is the elementary school of Trogir, named after Croatian viceroy Petar Berislavic. It is one of the most beautiful schools on the Adriatic coast.
Sveti Lovre Cathedral, side entrance & the inside
Fortunately, the side entrance (southern portal) was open and it was possible to visit the inside of the cathedral.
The second photo shows an octagonal marble pulpit built in the 13th century.
The third photo shows the chapel. In the middle stands a gothic sarcophagus from the 14th, with the figure of the blessed Ivan Ursini, flanked by two baroque angels from the 18th.
The fourth photo is a close up.
The fifth photo shows the gothic wooden stalls carved by Ivan Budislavic in 1440.
St. Johns Church
This church is from the 14th century and still in good shape. It is right behind the clock tower. It used to be a Benedictine monastery and contains some frescoes inside and the tomb of some Cipiko family, the protector family of 300 years.
TRAGURIUM CIVIUM ROMANORUM
""THE STONE BEAUTY""
Meet the city with 2300 years of tradition. It's rich culture is created under the influence of old Greeks, Romans, Venetians. Trogir with concentration of palaces, churches, towers, fortress on a small island in aevery way deserves it's nickname "THE STONE BEAUTY"
Popular Hotels in Trogir
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