Trogir”s roots go back to the third century BC when it was founded by Greek colonists. The Romans have held power, as have the Venetians and the Hapsburgs. More recently Trogir has been part of Yugoslavia, and now Croatia.
|Kamerlengo Fortress on one end of the island of Trogir|
|Adam stands above a Venetian Lion at the entrance of the Cathedral of St Lawrence (Eve is on other side of the front door)|
|A wide promenade beside the walled city of Trogir with yachts moored alongside|