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Island Ciovo

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Island CiovoCiovo is an island situated in middle Dalmatia, connected with the city Trogir by drawbridge, and administratively divided between Split, Trogir and Okrug. Total surface of the island is 28,8 km2 and there are several villages: Okrug Donji (Lower,) Okrug Gornji (Upper), Arbanija, Slatine, Žedno and Ciovo. Čiovo is ... Read More
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Gastronomy

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Gastronomy Gastronomy in TrogirGeorge Bernard Shaw once said that „there was no greater love than the love for food“. It’s not only buildings and history what makes this town; it lives through its scents and colors, flavors and sounds, through all those perfect dishes created in its long and ... Read More
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Churches

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Churches Saint Peter's churchThe Saint Peter church is located in the centre of the town with the statue of Saint Peter made by Nikola Firentinac on the main entrance. This church used to be a part of Benedictine monastery and after a school. The most dominant part of the monastery ... Read More
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Fortress

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Fortress Kamerlengo foretressThis magnificent structure is the work of the master Marin Radoje (14th – 15th century), and it was built as a continuation of the so- called fortress of chains. It got its name from the word ‘kamerlengo’ (camerarius), clerk – cashier, who was responsible for all financial jobs ... Read More
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Galleries

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Galleries GalleriesLocated in the small church of the same name in the part of town called Pasike. Its form is simple, renovated in the style of the 16th century and for the needs of the gallery was redocerated in the 20th century. Adress: Bl. Augustina Kažotića Tel.: +385 21 ... Read More
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Trogir's city museum Trogir's city museumThis towns ‘pearl’ is located in the palace Garagnin – Fanfogna, with characteristics of Romanesque and Baroque styles. The museum’s collections show the political, cultural and artistic development of the town from its foundation till the 20th century. Aside from the famous library ... Read More
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Sacred Art

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Sacred Art The collection of sacral works of artThe collection of sacral works is located on the Square of Pope John Paul II and keeps the precious heritage from the churches of Trogir and Čiovo – the works of Blaž Jurjev Trogiranin, Quirizio da Muran, and Gentile Bellini. ... Read More
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Trogir Palaces

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Trogir Palaces Berislavic palaceThe palace of Petar Berislavić is located in the area of the Town Museum decorated with Gothic characteristics and partially preserved window glass made of round pieces connected with the lead. It was also the birthplace of the Croatian governor and Bishop Petar Berislavić; famous for being ... Read More
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Saint Laurence cathedral Saint Laurence cathedralGrandiose architectonic creation was constructed and captureed from the 13th to 17th century so the styles we can find there are Romanic, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. There is a baptistery from the 15th century in the atrium by Andrija Aleši who was one of ... Read More
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Cultural monuments

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Cultural monuments Cultural monumentsIn the past, the town was one of the cultural centers of Dalmatia: in the 13th century enriched with the master works of master Radovan and Ivan Lucius, who filled the town with famous sculptors, architectures and paintings. The Radovan Portal was finished in 1240, ... Read More
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