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Trogir

(trō`gēr), Ger. Trau, town (2011 pop. 13,192), S Croatia, partly on the Adriatic island of Čiovo and partly on the mainland, separated by a channel. A small port, it is also a seaside resort. It has a large shipbuilding yard. Founded by the Greeks in the 3d cent. B.C., Trogir passed to Venice in 1420 and to Austria in 1797. It was included in Yugoslavia in 1920 as part of the constituent republic of Croatia. The town is of great architectural interest, having retained a 9th-century church, a splendid 13th-century cathedral, a 15th-century town hall, and several medieval and Renaissance palaces. Nearby are the ruins of the Roman city of Salonae.
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Our winners will head to the Makarska Riviera, visiting Split and Trogir, then move south via historic Mostar to Game of Thrones filming hotspot Dubrovnik, also taking in a tour of Montenegro's glorious Bay of Kotor.
With a new yacht marina on the far side of the harbor, and the lovely medieval walled village of Trogir close by, along with a myriad of great anchorages from which to choose, and the islands of Solta and Brac close by, spending time around Split and Diocletian's Palace is a great runaway yacht charter destination.
The Croatian coast is noted for hamlets of Romanesque and Renaissance buildings that include beautiful Trogir, best explored on a walking tour, and Sibenik, where guests can enjoy smoked hams during a typical Dalmatian lunch, before the sailing finishes with an overnight stop in Split.
Permitanme presentarme: soy la Catedral de San Lorenzo, en Trogir. Empezaron a construirme dentro de la ciudad amurallada en los albores del siglo XIII.
A Klapa group sings every morning in the main square in Old Town Trogir from 8:00 to 10:00am.
Tour Highlights & Inclusions Spend three nights on the beautiful Makarska Riviera Discover Roman Split, Croatia's stunning second city Visit walled island-city Trogir Spend a day in the beautiful Krka National Park Journey south via historic Mostar, with its famous bridge Four nights are spent close to walled Dubrovnik Explore Dubrovnik, the exquisite 'Pearl of the Adriatic' Spend a full day discovering idyllic Montenegro, one of 'new Europe's' most sparkling jewels See the spectacular Bay of Kotor, southern Europe's largest 'fjord' Fully escorted by a friendly, experienced tour manager Seven nights' half-board hotel accommodation, return flights and transfers *Applies to new bookings only made after 8 Jan 2019.
Buses will stop in Zadar, Sukosan, Biograd, Pakostane, Vodice, Sibenik, Primosten and Trogir as well as Split.
Spend three nights on the beautiful Makarska Riviera Discover Roman Split and walled island-city Trogir Spend a day in the Krka National Park Journey south via historic Mostar Four nights in Dubrovnik Explore Dubrovnik A full day discovering Montenegro See the spectacular Bay of Kotor, Fully escorted by a friendly, Seven nights' half-board touring hotel accommodation, return flights *Book by 10 August 2018 quoting promo code EARLYSH.
From Day 1 to 4, we traveled through Ljubljana and Bled in Slovenia; Plitvice Lakes National Park, Trogir, and Split in Croatia; and Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
We trekked by Trogir on the way to our main Adriatic target, Dubrovnik.
The two articles that make up Part 3 of the volume focus on three local cults of Eastern Adriatic bishops in the eleventh and twelfth centuries (Bishop Gaudence of Osor, Bishop John of Trogir, and Bishop Rainer of Split), and the cult of Bishop Henry of Uppsala in Finland from the twelfth century to the present.
Detection of DNA damage in haemocytes of Mytilus galloprovincialis in the coastal ecosystems of Kastela and Trogir bays, Croatia.