Trogir: St Mark’s Tower
Dating to the same period as the Fortress Kamerlengo this drum shaped tower formed part of the 15th century re fortification of the city by its Venetian rulers. There used to be a music shop with a fine display of older instruments in the tower’s ground floor and a nightclub/bar on the top in the open air - it is not clear now whether either of these enterprises still survive.
By foot at the west end of the Trogir Kanal.
Trogir: at the western end of the parks and gardens that line the northern side of the island on which the old town sits. The entrance to St Mark’s tower is in its eastern face.
Sunday, 8 April 2012