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  • 1 Cathedral of St Lawrence Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Religious buildings

    HR - 21220 Trogir

    The building of this cathedral lasted from the early 13C to the early 17C. The western portico, the sanctuary's pride and joy, was carved in 1240. Inside, the nave is surprisingly dark. Look out for the late 13C octagonal pulpit and the large painted..

  • 2 Pinacothèque Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    HR - 21220 Trogir

    Among the items in this museum of sacred art, note the fine 15C paintings by Blaz Jurjev, or those by Italian artists, the painted crucifixes and the precious manuscripts, including the Trogir evangelistary and the Trogir lectionary in its silver bin..

  • 3 Gate of Terra Firma Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Obala Bana Berislavica HR - 21220 Trogir

    This gate is the most impressive vestige of the 13C ramparts that General Marmont razed to the ground during the French occupation because they were very damaged. It dates from the 17C and is crowned with the statue of John of Trogir, bishop of the t..

  • 4 Dominican convent of St Nicholas Interesting

    Religious buildings

    HR - 21220 Trogir

    Founded in 1064 and still home to a Benedictine community, this convent is unusually built between a section of the ramparts dating back to antiquity and another section of Venetian origins. The church of St Nicholas and the Kairos collection are bot..

  • 5 Tour of the quayside Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    HR - 21220 Trogir

    A short walk along the quayside of Trogir immediately reveals the remains of the ramparts. Note the Travellers' Loggia, which accommodated travellers disembarking after the town gates had closed. The walk takes you past the Sea Gate (late 16C), the c..

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