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Trogir City Museum

Local name: Muzej grada Trogira

Muzej grada Trogira, or the City Museum of Trogir, collects and presents the city's historical and cultural heritage - from prehistoric times to the present day. The collection has artifacts from excavations, a numismatic collection, a maritime collection, ceramics collections, antique prints, weapons, costumes and everyday items.

Permanent exhibitions present the history, daily life and development of Trogir's art. Particularly noteworthy is the exhibition dedicated to the Greek settlement Tragurion from the 3rd century BC, from which today's city originates. Ceramics, coins, urns and stone inscriptions are for the most part finds made by Ivan Luka Garagnin (1764-1841), whose family house now houses a museum.

The museum was first opened to the public in 1966. Since then, its seat is the former Garagnin-Fanfogna Palace - an architecturally interesting building in whose form you can find a mix of styles from Romanesque to Baroque.


Attractions inside

    Trogir City Museum map
    Ulica Gradska vrata 421220 Trogir , Croatia