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This cathedral is a monument of Roman culture built in 1166, but reconstructed after several earthquakes. When the entire frontage was destroyed in 1667, the baroque bell towers were added. The left tower remains unfinished.
I visited this church while in the town. I did not have time for a full visit so intended to enter for a short moment of prayer and reflection; i explained this to the attendant. He told me to go and find another church, this...More
This is a fine church, well worth a look. The museum is small and interesting. It's a beautiful place. Some interesting icons and memorials. OF all the churches in Kotor it is the one that is most geared to visitors.
We visited on 18/08 during our second visit to Montengero
Well worth the 2.50 Euro admission charge. The church is plain but beautiful and the upstairs exhibition is very interesting. There is also the view of the square from outside.
Definitely worth a visit
The largest of 3 Catholic churches I found in old town Kotor. This Cathedral dates back to 1100s. Contains the head of St. Tryphon in a special reliquary in a chapel upstairs and to the left of the church. Their is a 2.5.€ fee to...More
This beautiful old church stands in the centre of the old town, with its wonderful interior including relics of the saint from whence its name derives. It is well worth climbing the tower for the wonderful views.