The town of Trogir is one of the oldest Mediterranean towns and a perfect example of 4000 years of human presence since the Hellenistic period through the Renaissance, Baroque and Gothic periods. The street plan of this settlement dates from the Hellenistic period whilst various rulers in the years of history continued to decorate it with public and residential buildings and forts. Its beautiful Romanesque churches are complemented by exceptional Renaissance and Baroque buildings. The most significant building is the Trogir cathedral of St Lawrence with its west door portal, which is a masterpiece of master Radovan and the best-preserved example of Romanesque-Gothic art in Croatia.
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