It's relatively small, but the stone-like building really looks very vicissitudes of history. I personally think it is really good, as if walking in the ancient city, looking at the ancient church, and reading a history book.
The Bishop’s Church of Kotor is located in the ancient city of Kotor in Montenegro. The church is 900 years old and has a Venetian style. It is also one of the most intact cities on the Adriatic coast that preserves the original medieval city and is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage list.
The largest and most magnificent landmark building in Kotor, the Roman-style building, was ordained in 1166 AD. It was severely damaged in the Dubrovnik Earthquake in 1667, and it was repaired until 1979. It was broken, and it was only completely repaired in recent years. The church is most proud of not only its longer history than many European churches, but also its rich art collection. The frescoes inside the church were painted in the 14th century, and above the main altar there is a stone relief depicting the life of Saint Triffin (the patron saint of Kotor). There is a fee for visiting the interior, 2.5 Euros.
The ancient Roman Catholic church in the ancient and quiet old city of Kotor, a world cultural heritage site, was built in 1166. There are two towers with slightly different shapes. There is a navigation mark on the top of the tower to guide sailors into the port.
The church is a landmark, you need to buy a ticket to enter, 2.5 euros