Nice building with a cute tower and lovely clock. We didn't go in to the building as it was closed when we were there but from the outside it was interesting and there was good views from the bell tower.
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Ante Batarelo guided our group of Prinsendam cruisers, which was organized on Cruise Critic Rollcall months before the cruise, through the lovely streets of Trogir to the City Hall. The ceiling is covered with interesting paintings like rondures. The view of the Central Square from...More
The City Hall is one of the many beautiful buildings in Trogir. The clock actually works and the building has very interesting and has unusual architecture.
Central square with cathedral Town Hall and court of justice. The Dukes Palce with a beautiful working clock is a good starting point. The adjacent town hall was renovated in the early part of the last century. Adjacent is the outdoor town court under a...More
The City Hall (Duke's Palace) has a beautiful architecture that fits perfectly with the setting around. The clock tower, from the former St. Sebastian Church, makes even more charming the main square (Trg Ivana Pavla II) where it is located, in the Old Town. This...More
Memorable for its large clock tower facade and stunning Gothic architecture, The City Hall - Duke's Palace sits proudly in the main square of the Old Town of Trogir. First built in the 15th century as a symbol of political and economic strength of the...More
I thought this clock was just beautiful, especially against the white background of the building. We were there on Sunday, and the city hall wasn't open, but we enjoyed viewing it from the square near the cathedral.
What a magnificent, ancient town square. Solid, beautiful with huge paving stones. A special place in a special old town.
According to the signage this was built on the site of the duke's palace but "thoroughly reconstructed in 1890 incorporating remnants from the Duke's palace." The exterior is fairly plane but the courtyard has some neat features and is worth a visit.
...primarily because there is not much more of interest. The best time to get a decent photo of it is afternoon when the bar parasols have been taken in.