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St Tryphon Cathedral is a must see if you do nothing else in the town. You can visit the museum in the upper levels of the church but you can't use flash photography. Some items are in an under lit area.
Lovely church in old town Kotor and we're pleased we took the time to wander inside.
There are also a couple of other lovely old churches in old town Kotor, St Lukes and St Nikola, also worth visiting.
We’re so glad we stopped at this church. It’s a beautiful 12th century church with Roman and Byzantine influence. It’s experienced a variety of improvements but it’s frankly beautiful.
Many of the displays do not have accompanying text but were numbered suggesting there was a...More
St Tryphon Cathedral is a Romanesque style church that dates to 1166. It houses the relics of St. Tryphon, the city’s patron saint and protector. The cathedral was seriously damaged in the 1667 Dubrovnik earthquake when the entire frontage was destroyed. It was partially rebuilt...More
St Tryphon's which was built in 1166 is the largest and some might say to be the most beautiful cathedral in Kotor. It is located in a square in the Southern part of Old Kotor. The relics of St Tryphon rest in a chapel and...More