This cathedral was built by the Jesuits in the 17th century, replacing the medieval cathedral that was in its place. The architecture is unique, blending both baroque and gothic styles, as is its rotunda shape, which is not typical for Dalmatia. There are unique stained glass windows featuring a gothic cross as well as St. Vitus himself. There is also a cannonball lodged into the wall near the entrance, which dates from the Napoleonic wars.
The Church of St. Euphemia (also known as Sveta Fuma) is the most famous monument of Rovinj. The current Venetian baroque building was built between 1725 and 1736, on the site of an old medieval church.
This Franciscan monastery was constructed in the 13th century. The monastery complex contains a cavernous church featuring a 15th century gilded altarpiece. In addition to this, there is an elaborate Roman mosaic featuring a hippocampus, a mythical Roman fish-tailed horse.