The old town of Trogir is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1977. Trogir is considered one of the best preserved Venetian city in Dalmatia and the critic Bernard Berenson define Trogir as one of the few cities that include many works of art in so little space.
UNESCO tangible Heritage Historical Core of Trogir (Trogir, Dalmatia)
UNESCO tangible Heritage Historical Core of Trogir, Tourist guide for vacation in Trogir, Dalmatia
UNESCO tangible Heritage Historical Core of Trogir, Trogir – Don’t miss
The old town of Trogir dates from the thirteenth century and is made up of 10 churches, Romanesque Cathedral of Saint Lorence, the public loggia, the Castle of the Camerlengo, the Maschio of San Marco, the clock tower, the palace Čipiko, the port and marina, the Fishery from 1527. The old town of Trogir is adorned with several lions of St. Mark. Among the most important monuments of the historic center of Trogir are the portal of the cathedral of St. Lorence, a work of master Radovan from 1240, the Renaissance town lodge, the convent of St. Nicholas with bas-relief depicting the ancient god Kairos.