Trogir

Trogir is a historic town and harbour on the Adriatic coast in , with a population of approximately 13,000. It is part of the greater metropolitan area or conurbation which numbers over 400,000 inhabitants.
Photo: VitVit, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Church
The is a Roman Catholic triple-naved basilica constructed in Romanesque-Gothic in Trogir, . Photo: Nihilist, Public domain.

Tourist attraction
Photo: LBM1948, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Tourist attraction
Photo: SchiDD, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Stadium
Photo: VitVit, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Localities in the Area

Village
Okrug is a municipality located on the western side of the island of , . Photo: Rj1979, Public domain.

Village
is a on the island of in . It is connected by the D126 highway. Photo: Ante Perkovic, CC BY 3.0.

Village
is a on Island, . The settlement is administered as a part of the City of Trogir and . is situated 4 km east of Trogir. Photo: RudiK, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Trogir

Latitude
43.5164° or 43° 30' 59.1" north
Longitude
16.2497° or 16° 14' 59" east
Open Location Code
8FMRG68X+HV
Population
10,900
Elevation
10 metres (33 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 52028687
Geo­Names ID
3188762
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Also Known As

  • Albanian: Trogir
  • Arabic: Trogir
  • Arabic: تروغير
  • Armenian: Տրոգիր
  • Azerbaijani: Trоqir
  • Basque: Trogir
  • Belarusian: Трогір
  • Bosnian: Trogir
  • Breton: Trogir
  • Bulgarian: Трогир
  • Catalan: Traù
  • Catalan: Trogir
  • Cebuano: Grad Trogir
  • Central Kurdish: ترۆگیر
  • Chinese: 特罗吉尔
  • Chinese: 特羅吉爾
  • Croatian: Trogir
  • Czech: Trogir
  • Danish: Trogir
  • Dutch: Trogir
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: تروجير
  • Esperanto: Trogir
  • Estonian: Trogir
  • Finnish: Trogir
  • French: Trau
  • French: Trogir
  • French: Ville historique de Trogir
  • Georgian: ტროგირი
  • German: Trau
  • German: Trogir
  • Greek: Τρογκίρ
  • Greek: Τρόγκιρ
  • Hebrew: טרוגיר
  • Hindi: ट्रोगिर
  • Hungarian: Trau
  • Hungarian: Trogir
  • Indonesian: Trogir
  • Italian: Tragurium
  • Italian: Trau
  • Italian: Traù
  • Italian: Trogir
  • Japanese: トロギル
  • Japanese: トロギール
  • Korean: 트로기르
  • Latin: Tragurium
  • Lithuanian: Trogiras
  • Macedonian: Трогир
  • Maltese: Trogir
  • Norwegian: Trogir
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Trogir
  • Persian: تروگیر
  • Polish: Trogir
  • Portuguese: Trogir
  • Romanian: Trogir
  • Russian: Трогир
  • Scots: Trogir
  • Serbian: Tragurion
  • Serbian: Trogir
  • Serbian: Трогир
  • Serbo-Croatian: Trogir
  • Slovak: Trogir
  • Slovenian: Trogir
  • Spanish: Trogir
  • Swedish: Trau
  • Swedish: Trogir
  • Tatar: Трогир
  • Turkish: Trogir
  • Ukrainian: Трогир
  • Ukrainian: Трогір
  • Ukrainian: Троґір
  • Venetian: Traù
  • Vietnamese: Trogir
  • Waray (Philippines): Trogir

Other Places Named Trogir

  • Trogir, Split-Dalmatia
  • Mountain in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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