Besides the earlier mentioned so called the Big Cipico palace, you can also find the Small Cipico palace, Lucic palace, and finally but not the last one – Garagnin Fanfogna palace whithin the walls of which today you can find the Town Museum.
The Museum of Sacral Art has been opened to the public recently where Madonna with Christ is kept– a masterpiece of Ivan Duknovic, one of the local masters who lived and worked in this area
A part of the town walls that once were going all arround the town is preserved even today with fortresses and towers the walls were proceeding with – Camerlengo Fortress built by the end of the 18th century, and St. Marco’s tower.
Betweeen these two monuments there is a gloriet of the French marshal Marmont- reminding us, with some other monuments, of a short, but for Trogir very significant period under the French government.
There were several doors within the town walls;well known the North Gate with a statue of St. Ivan – the patron saint, the South Gate built in mannerism with a small Lodga where those coming after the evening closing of the gate had to spend the night in.
Like in the past there are many parks in Trogir nowadays too- the most significant is the park of Garagnin Fanfogna family from the 18th century, town park at the location called Zudika and the park in the area of Pasike.
Local masters as well as the foreigners(Radovan, Blaz Jurjev Trogiranin, Ivan Duknovic, Andrija Alesi, Nicolo di Firenze and the others) are meritorious for enormous cultural heritage of this small town – museum, a pearl of the Adriatic, having continuous historical and cultural development, what was recognized by the UNESCO and in 1997 Trogir entered the UNESCO List of Cultural Heritage.
Today Trogir as a small town with updated touristic offer (picturesque caffees, excellent restorans, bars ,unspoiled ,ecological beaches, together with its historical and cultural heritage inspires your imagination and is a challenge to a new adventure.