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.
The imperial palace of Daiquiri was established by the Roman emperor Daiquirian in the early fourth century A.D. and is the dormitory of Daiquiri's retirement and retirement. As one of the most famous historic buildings in Split and one of the most important and well-preserved historic sites along the coast of Adriatic, the Daiquirian Palace is also the most well-preserved ancient Roman palace sites along the Mediterranean coast, Europe and even the world. Every year, a large number of tourists visit it. In 1979, the old city center of Split, Daikelian Palace, was included in the United Nations World Cultural Heritage Site. Very good historic sites and palaces, well preserved, worth visiting.
Split, the largest city in the Adriatic Sea. It is a historic city of the Republic of Croatia, the second largest city in Croatia, one of the oldest cities in the region, and one of the most famous tourist destinations in South-Eastern Europe. The whole old city has been integrated with the Delrick Palace in ancient Rome, and the ruins and broken walls can still reflect the splendor of the old time.
First, from a downward step into the city gate, where there is a gloomy green light, the Roman relics still exist, through the city gate cave, there are a lot of monuments, especially a tall tower and a black stone statue. It is said that this is the palace where the Roman emperor Diocle abdicated first. Unfortunately, we have not read history well. Outside the city gate, people rush in and tourists eat there. What do we eat? Forget it.
There are many places to visit, such as underground palaces, churches, towers, mausoleums, etc. The solemn Roman architectural style gives you a good visual enjoyment. The old buildings have a strong sense of historical vicissitudes. It's magnificent to climb the tower and overlook the city of Split.
Around 300 AD, the Roman Emperor Daiquiri first built and retired to live in a place that has a long history and is now as old as the city full of halls, shops, squares, snack shops. Lesprit is definitely going to live here. It's a strange, great and interesting place, a very special experience.
There are some historical buildings of the Roman Empire left in Split, Croatia. Apart from the Split Cathedral, which was built in the third century A.D., there are also private residences in Croatia after the abdication of Deckley in ancient Rome. The following pictures are of the Imperial Palace of Deckley.
Sitting in the small square of Delik's ancestral palace, listening to music and watching them dance, I wondered if the Roman emperor Delik would be happy or angry if he knew how ordinary people would feel when they sang and danced in his palace thousands of years later.