Photos from Trogir, a World Heritage Site

Boats in Trogir

Sailing boats anchored along the Trogir Riviera, Croatia.

The host of the third episode from our series of photos from Croatia is Trogir: a 2,000+ years old city built by the ancient Greeks and located on a small island near the Adriatic coast of Dalmatia.

Church of St. Dominic in Trogir

Walking alley, palm trees and the tower of St. Dominic's Church in Trogir, Croatia.

Tourists come here for the Trogir Riviera – perfect for a sunny afternoon’s walk – but mostly for the cultural attractions: the beautiful, well-preserved Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque style buildings (churches, cathedrals, monuments and palaces) which brought this city to the attention of  UNESCO – Trogir is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since the 1990s.

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