The cathedral, consecrated in 1177, features a very simple Romanesque façade composed of layers of pink and white stone. Its sole ornamentation is a sculpture over the portal (a Pietà, 1514), set in blind Lombard arches. The interior is comprised of a main central nave, whose columns with capitals divide two side aisles, home to lovely carved stalls. Further along Ulica Ivana Rablianina, you will come to the five-storey Romanesque bell tower (1181) of St Andrew's Church (Sv. Andrije).