Trogir is a port city in central Dalmatia on the Adriatic coast. The original part of the city of Trogir is situated on an island and is connected to the mainland by a bridge of stone. Trogir is regarded as a model of a medieval urban layout, which is why the old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Trogir was founded in the third century BC by Greek colonists from the island of Issa which is today the island of Vis. Since that time, is a major port. In the first century AD the Romans conquered city. In the year 304 the emperor Diocletian ordered to lose here the bishop of Split Dujam for preaching the Christian faith. Since 1107 Trogir was under the rule of Hungary, and in 1123 it was destroyed by the Saracens. 70 years later the town was rebuilt and became an important cultural, economic and trade. The bloom did not prevent the rule of the Venetian city of Trogir but occupied for 350 years. After the fall of the Venetians, the city belonged to the Austro-Hungarian Empire. After World War I, was incorporated into Yugoslavia, and after its collapse in 1991 was part of Croatia.
The main attractions of the city of Trogir is North Gate, which was built in the late Renaissance style in the seventeenth. Another, Sea Gate, founded in 1593, which now closes the communication route in the Old Town. In 1457 Cipiko Palace was built in the Renaissance style, the palace of the wealthiest families in this time of Trogir. You also can not miss the fortress Kamerlengo It's part of the fifteenth century fortifications. It has a courtyard and a massive tower. On the walls of the fortress there is a beautiful view of the city and the port promenade. In Trogir, there are also a number of temples, and the most important and most splendid Cathedral of St. Lawrence is located on the ruins of the church was destroyed by the Saracens in 1123. It now stands on the Place John Paul II. Construction work on the temple ended only in the seventeenth century. Cathedral is a mix of architectural styles. Just beside the cathedral's bell tower built by about 200 years.
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