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The Historic City of Trogir - A Croatian Island Having Ancient Palaces, Monastery, Churches, and Fortress

Visit Trogir: A Croatian Island Having Ancient Palaces, Monastery, Churches, and Fortress (2021)

Trogir is a coastal town about 30 km west of the center of the city Split. The Trogir city is recognized by UNESCO and the city wall that surrounds medieval walls is protected by UNESCO. About 10,800 people live in the town. The Trogir city was built 2,300 years ago by ancient Greeks. The Trogir city was ruled by Romans and Venetians during ancient times. The Historic City of Trogir - A Croatian Island Having Ancient Palaces, Monastery, Churches, and Fortress

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There are ancient palaces, monastery, churches, and fortress on Trogir island that attracts tourist and frequent visitors from Croatia and neighboring Europeans. The walls surrounding the Trogir town were built to protect the castle, towers, and churches.

The places to see in Trogir are churches, city gate that was built in the 17th century, Fortress built in the 15th century, Duke’s Palace built in the 13th century, and Cathedral built in the 13th century.