The city-museum is considered one of the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic towns in Europe, founded in the 3rd century. BC ie with the arrival of the Greek colonists. Old Trogir has been a UNESCO protected cultural monument since 1997. It is located on an island between the mainland and the island of Ciovo connected by bridges. It is partly protected by walls, and next to the cathedral and the portal of Master Radovan there are historical buildings: Kamerlengo Fortress, Sv. Marko, north and south city gates, Cipiko Palace, city lodge, city hall. . .