Trogir
Trogir (Latin: Tragurium; Ancient Greek: Τραγύριον, Tragyrion or Τραγούριον, Tragourion Trogkir; Italian: Traù; Hungarian: Trau) is a historic town and harbour on the Adriatic coast in Spl...
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HNK Trogir
HNK Trogir is a Croatian football club, based in town of Trogir on the Croatian coast. Trogir plays home matches at Igralište Batarija.
HNK Trogir was founded in 1912 under the name Trogir. The fi...
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Berislavići Trogirski
The Berislavić family of Trogir (Croatian: Berislavići Trogirski) was a Croatian noble family whose origin is unknown. They are likely to have been kin to the Berislavići Vrhrički. Petar Berislavi...
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Giovanni Dalmata
Giovanni Dalmata (c. 1440 – c. 1514), born Ivan Duknović and also known as Giovanni Duknovich di Traù and Ioannes Stephani Duknovich de Tragurio, was a sculptor from Trogir, Dalmatia who was mainly ac...
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Vicko Andrić
Vicko Andrić (March 23, 1793 – January 15, 1866) was a Croatian architect.
The architect and renovator Vicko Andrić was born in Trogir on March 23, 1793. His family, father Josip and mother Antica...
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Igralište Batarija
Batarija is a football ground in the Trogir where HNK Trogir plays.This ground is unique in the world because it is located between two protected monument - Kamerlengo Castle and tower of St. Marco. 1...
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Augustin Kažotić
Augustin Kažotić OP (also known as Augustine Gazotich, Agostino Kazotic and Agostino Gasotti) (c. 1260–1323) was a Croatian humanist, a medieval Dominican friar, an orator and bishop of Zagreb. He was...
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Trogir Cathedral
The Cathedral of St. Lawrence (Croatian: Katedrala Sv. Lovre) is a Roman Catholic triple-naved basilica constructed in Romanesque-Gothic in Trogir, Croatia. Since its construction lasted several c...
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Petar Berislavić
Petar Berislavić (or Péter Beriszló in Hungarian) (Trogir, 1475 – May 20, 1520), a member of the Berislavići Trogirski noble family, was the ban (viceroy) of Croatia from 1513 to 1520 and also bishop ...
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KK Trogir
Košarkaški klub Trogir (English: Trogir Basketball Club) is a professional basketball club based in Trogir, Croatia. It competes in the A-2 Liga - South.
Radovan (master)
Radovan was a sculptor and architect who lived Croatia in the 13th century. In Croatian he is commonly referred to as Majstor Radovan or "Master Radovan". Virtually no information exists about the per...
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Vinko Coce
Vinko Coce (22 December 1954 – 27 October 2013) was a Croatian opera and pop singer.
Coce was born in Trogir, and joined the klapa Trogir in 1972. Between 1983 and 1988, he was a tenor in th...
Mila Schön
Mila Schön (1916 or 1917 – September 5, 2008) was an Italian-born fashion designer. Marella Agnelli was one of her early clients. Born Maria Carmen Nutrizio, in Trogir (Dalmatia) – now Croa...
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Kamerlengo Castle
Kamerlengo (Gradina Kamerlengo) is a castle and fortress in Trogir, Croatia. It was built by the Republic of VeniceThe castle was built in the mid-15th century by Marin Radoj as part of an expansion o...
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Johannes Lucius
Johannes Lucius (Croatian: Ivan Lučić; Italian: Giovanni Lucio; September, 1604 – January 11, 1679) was a Venetian Dalmatian historian, whose greatest work is De regno Dalmatiae et Croati...
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