It was clear that this church is part of an active community. The building is of brick rather than stone, and has been restored after the 1979 earthquake.
As far as I can see, St. Tryphon is rather legendary (see the Wikipedia article rather than the Orthodox hagiography) but that does not detract from the building, nor form the upstairs museum or treasury which is worth visiting. If you are in Kotor this is definitely not to be missed.
I might add that a few of the photographs in the gallery seem to be misplaced.
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