The Church of the Holy Spirit
The Church of the Holy Spirit was built in the 11th century in pre-Romanesque style and is closely connected with the fraternity of the same name, of prime importance in late medieval Split. The walled-in pre-Romanesque portal of the first church is now to be found on the western elevation. The church was thoroughly remodeled in the 13th/14th century. The courtyard with the portico to the north has elements of Gothic style. In the interior, remodeled in the Baroque style, particularly worth noting are frescoes with an iconographic program. They are based on that of the Chapel of the Blessed John of Trogir in Trogir Cathedral and the gravestone of sculptor and builder Andrija Alesi, a member of the Fraternity of the Holy Spirit.