Trogir is a very sweet little Mediterranean town. So small but packed with history. Gorgeous small streets and one big and main and main one in front of the church.
I’ll part it in two posts because I’m all about the picture and the atmosphere! 😄
Outside of the Trogir. Wanna get to the centar? Follow that church! I just had to share this photo. As you park the car just take a sweet walk to the centar. It’s not far. Of course you can park in the centar for a million dollars a hour (just kidding but not really) 😂
I love the different blue colours just spread on the sea. Of course you can take a dip here. It can be a beach as well.
Main square just looking to this little church built as a thank you, for keeping the plaque out of the Trogir. There is an art gallery there now as well on the side of it.
There is no one sitting in the caffe outside because it was 45 Celsius! Hot hot summer in Croatia.
Thank you for the visit! Follow because more is coming. 😄
When you get out in the back of Diocletian palace your eyes will lay on this view. Love love love it!
Grgur Ninski, who strongly opposed the Pope and official circles of the Church and introduced the national language in the religious services after the Great Assembly in 926. Until that time, services were held only in Latin, not being understandable to the majority of the population. Not only was this important for Croatian language and culture but it also made Christianity stronger within the Croatian kingdom.
A stunning sight as you walk around center of beautiful Zadar. Its name refers to Donatus of Zadar, who began construction on this church in the 9th century and ended it on the northeastern part of the Roman forum. Church of St. Donatus is the largest Pre-romanesque building in Croatia. Originally named the church of the Holy Trinity in the 15th century it was renamed the Church of St. Donatus. Definitely a sight to see, inside and outside. I just love it.