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Trogir is a town in Croatia in central Dalmatia, about 7 km west Slatine - Apartments Boa. The entire old town of Trogir is one of UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. In the medieval town center surrounded by walls, comprises a preserved castle and tower, about ten churches and a number of houses and palaces of the periods of the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. Some of the main attractions are Romanesque-Gothic St. Lawrence's Cathedral from 13th Century, City gate and city wall, Kamerlengo 15th Century, Prince's Palace from the 13th Century, Large and small palace from the 15th Cipiko Century, City Loggia from the 15th Century.
It is the important city of Croatia and capital of Dalmatia. The center of Split is Diocletian's Palace in 1979, together with the UNESCO. In the old town is the Cathedral, in earlier times a mausoleum of the Emperor Diocletian. With the cathedral is a beautiful view of Split and the islands. Peristyle is the center of social life of the Roman Split, with beautiful colonnades. Peristyle is over basement (vestibule) Diocletian's Palace connected with the most beautiful waterfront in Croatia - Split's waterfront. With Split waterfront boat service Slatina where there are apartments Boa.
Apartments Boa | Trogir, Kroatien Ciovo-Slatine Unterkunft
Situated between the imperial city of Split (Diocletian's Palace) and the medieval town of Trogir, with which it is connected by a bridge. The highest point of the island of Ciovo is Rudine which offering a panoramic view of Trogir, Split, Kastela, the island of Brac, Hvar, the island of Solta, Vis, island Drvenik. A large part of the island is connected by bike paths. The island has a number of preserved historical monuments. One of the most important monuments - Gothic Dominican Monastery of St.. Cross and marijasko Shrine of Our Lady Prizidnice in Slatine. Ciovo Island refers to the typical Mediterranean vegetation - pine wood, which creates a pleasant coolness in the summer heat and is an ideal swimming spot for families with small children. In historical documents recorded as the island of carob, olive, grapes, figs, potatoes and citrus fruits. The sea is very clean, among cleanest in the region. Most of the beaches are today and supporting facilities as beach bars with fast food, rent recreational boats, etc. Pinewoods create pleasant shade in the summer heat and the perfect place for a holiday. In the Slatina exist outdoor sports facilities for football and basketball. Apartments Boa wish you a pleasant stay!
About name Boa/Ciovo*** In Latin Ciovo called the Insula Bovis (Beef Island). This a form of the Romans gave the name evident in an attempt to foreign, for them incomprehensible name Boa give some meaning to his language. Most linguists are considered it Illyrian island, because a form of names Boa belongs Illyrian roots. Greek and Roman colonizers during the construction of Trogir accepted Illyrian name Bo, but it did not understand. Over time, adapt it in view of its economic importance to Trogir, calling it Insula Bovis (Beef Island), per hundreds of cattle that are plowing the land on the island. Due to the large number of cattle and sheep, which are fed Trogir and Split, was prohibited colonization of the island. Due to the economic importance of the island Čiovo humanist John Lipović calls it Cerarin island (the Roman goddess of growing plants - especially cereals). Symbol Cerar reminiscent of the crescent. Because the island is Today Trogir as and built on the present site. The island is protected town with the sea, and is was an important economic Trogir. The authorities are in Trogir prohibited colonization of the island. Boa name is associated with the name of a snake, and it is considered Illyrian name. On the island are certainly inhabited and snakes. The biggest snake in the Mediterranean is elaphe quatuorlineata (Kravosas). The legends say that herders often returning cows from grazing with empty cow udder, because the snake sucked milk. Elaphe quatuorlineata is very common snake in Dalmatia. This is the longest snake in the European average grows between 160 and 180 centimeters, but there have been examples of 260 centimeters. Word of nontoxic and extremely slow snake that feeds on small mammals that consume, while larger, like a rabbit, the first drowning, and then swallowed. Therefore, the entire island was named per the snake which they called Boa, per tropical snake Boa (paragraph author)