• Trilj

    City of tradition
  • Fort Čačvina

    14th century
  • Grab

    The source
  • Tilurium

    Roman military camp
  • Fort Nutjak

    15th century
  • Mills

    17 - 19th century
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City of Trilj

Trilj, the Cetina city of bridges, was founded in prehistoric times near the most convenient and therefore the most important crossing over the river Cetina and, later on, at the crossroads of important transport routes to the ancient cities Salona, Narona and Argentaria. In administrative sense, Trilj forms part of the Split-Dalmatia County. The area of the Trilj 267,00 km2...

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Climate

Due to a specific geographic position of Trilj, which is located in a valley, and only about thirty kilometres remote from the sea, the Town’s temperate continental climate overlaps with sub-Mediterranean climate. Hot and dry summer days are relieved by cool nights, owing to the nearby mountain ranges and swimming into the river of Cetina that flows accross the town.

Did you know?

  • The first foodball was play in Gardun near to Trilj? Even though football was played at Gardun among Roman soldiers and sons of the rich, originally the game was Illyrian and the Delmates had played it long before the Roman troops arrived. This is further proven by the fact that...

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