The Church of St. John the Baptist in Shibenik was built in the 15th century as the church of St. Trinity. It was built in the Gothic-Renaissance style. Along the south side of the church is a staircase decorated with bas-relief, and it is the work of the famous Shibenik builder Ivan Pribislavich. At the foot of the bell tower is a Renaissance window, the work of Niccolo di Giovanni Fiorentino, and above the window is a relief with a lamb and an angel. The reliefs are masterpieces of Dalmatian medieval architecture. An Ottoman clock with one hand was built into the bell tower, which was brought here from Drnish after the Ottomans left it in the 18th century.