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Reviews about Diocletian's Palace


Reviewed on 27 Jun 2019

unfortunately A portion of it is under construction at the moment- but the rest of it is absolutely beautiful. It’s a bit of Rome mixed with Egypt and Venice!

Diocletian's Palace
Diocletian's Palace
Diocletian's Palace
Diocletian's Palace

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Reviewed on 12 May 2018
The palace of the Roman Empire covers nearly four hectares, where Dicky first abdicated and then settled. The ancient Roman emperor, who moved marble, stone pillars and even the Sphinx from Greece, Italy and Egypt at all costs, spent 10 years building the palace near his hometown for retirement. Built in 303 AD, the magnificent and magnificent building is unique in that time. It is also a world cultural heritage which has been preserved to this day and which has made countless Split people proud. There is no need to pay tickets inside the city, but inside the underground palace, Cathedral exhibition, Cathedral bell tower, Zeus temple and so on have to buy tickets separately. The six marble pillars at the main entrance of the palace are said to have been transported from the Middle East to the ocean, which shows the magnificence and magnificence of the project. The Sphinx outside Jupiter Temple, which was shipped from Egypt in the 5th century. There are four doors in the Daiquirian Palace, the East Gate, also known as the Silver Gate, which is the nearest door to the bus station and the wharf. Our apartment is two or three minutes'walk from the East Gate. Outside Dongmen is an open-air market, mainly selling souvenirs! Facing the coastal Avenue is the South Gate, namely the Tongmen. Through the Copper Gate, an underground passageway, is now a market for all kinds of souvenirs. Simon, the iron gate, is outside a cafe and business district! The North Gate is the Golden Gate. Outside, there is a huge image of Bishop Ninsky, a student of Slavic religious leaders in the 10th century, also known as the father of the medieval pope. Pastors all over Europe preached in Latin. He had to oppose the Pope and use Croatian dialect, so he won the support of the Croatian people. The Gregorius of Ninnininsky, created by Ivan Meshtrovich in 1929, is said to bring good luck and help your dreams come true by touching his right foot. is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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