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The Cathedral was surely beautiful from the outside and whilst poking a lens through a locked iron gate, but we were really disappointed that at midday on a Saturday after travelling all the way here it was closed.
This Tripadvisor listing has the wrong title. The map location and reviews are for the bell tower associated with St. Lawrence Cathedral on the main square of Trogir. St. Michael Monastery Church (on the north end of the island) also has a bell tower, which...More
St. Lawrence Cathedral is a triple-naved basilica constructed in Romanesque-Gothic style, and one of the finest churches in Croatia. It was built between the 13th and 15th centuries on the foundations of an Early Christian cathedral destroyed during the Saracen sack of Trogir in 1123....More
The cathedral was built in 12c, but it looked much newer since it is well-preserved. Unfortunately it was closed to the public on the day we visited, but people told us that the view from the top of the tower is superb.
There were lot's of tourists but it wasn't high season so they closed the cathedral. Since it is the main attraction of the place, it should be open I think. But exterior was nice especially the handmade marble door. Still worth to see I guess.
This lovely cathedral stands tall in Trogir and is an outstanding building set amongst the blue sky.
I admired this lovely building from the main promenade.
You can go to the top of the bell tower to get a good view of Trogir.
Very beautiful and relatively large cathedral, a historic building with beautiful stone details!
almost uninhibited ...
also in the interior, you can climb the bell tower and have a fantastic view of the city and the old roofs perfect for the photos!
Radovan's portal-can simply...More
This is a Roman Catholic cathedral which was build between the 13th and 15th centuries and cost 25 kuna to visit (£2.50). It's a beautiful church with a bell tower which we climbed. The first set of 44 steps take you to the roof then...More