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One of two catholic cathedrals in Montenegro the design of the building is quite interesting and unique. On the second level there is a small museum that holds many religious relics. This is well worth visiting.
This church is definitely worth a stop while you are in Kotor's Old Town. It celebrated its 900th anniversary in 2016. The upper story of the church holds a small museum with religious artefacts. It would take less than half an hour to tour the...More
Consecrated in 1166 it is the largest building in Kotor. Seriously damaged in the earthquake that ravaged the town in 1667, its reconstruction was completed in stages due to budget constraints. As a result, its two towers each have a different style.
It’s a modest cathedral in comparison to the well-known ones however I think it still admirable. The architecture is still beautiful.
You can’t miss this church as whichever direction you walk around to, you’ll somehow end up seeing this place.
No comment about the inside...More
The church and museum is interesting, the staff are very helpful identifying particular artifacts in the museum. They even let me photograph the write up in the guide to the museum to a particular artifact without purchasing the entire book. There are a number of...More
Quite small for a cathedral but appropriate for the size of the place. Modest entry fee, turns out most of it was rebuilt after earthquake but many original artifacts are displayed upstairs. Well WORTH a visit.