Trogir was once the cultural centre of Dalmatia that today virtuously keeps numerous works of master Radovan and other top artists. The old town grew within defensive walls through the 13th and 14th century, and was restored in the 15th century by Venice that added two more defensive forts: the tower of St. Mark and Kamerlengo fortress. Kamerlengo is the work of master Marin Radoje, and was named after Camerlengo clerk – treasurer who administered all financial affairs in agreement with Archduke. The famous Chatedral of St. Lovro is a unique building that blends Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque styles, and which keeps real wealth of Trogir in its treasury. The true gem is the Town Museum in which political, cultural and art collections are preserved. The assortment bears witness to the development of the town since its foundation up until today.