Kotor the town situated at the end of the Bay of Kotor, was for the first time inhabited as early as in the period of the ancient Rome. In 1979, the town was declared a UNESCO world cultural heritage site.
It is a town of century-long long maritime tradition and glorious seafarers, a treasury that contains invaluable cultural wealth. Surrounded by magnificent walls, Kotor is full of wonderful museums, cathedrals and small churches.
One of the symbols of the town of Kotor is the Cathedral of St. Tryphon. It was built in 809 in the Romanic style, with elements of the Byzantine architecture.