[Traveling around Eastern Europe] Split
Staying overnight in the small island of Kokhola, the hometown of Marco Polo, along the idyllic Adriatic coast, through the Ston wall, which resembles the Great Wall and Europe's second longest, has a long history. The ancient city of Split. The
Split Old Town building has a distinct Roman style, as it was once the residence of a Roman emperor. At the beginning of the fourth century AD, the Roman Emperor Diocletian, who pioneered the reunification of the four emperors, retired from the pastoral area and concentrated on planting cabbage. The Diocletian's Palace in which he lived became the basis of the future city of Split. Diocletian has been retiring in the palace, even if everyone asks him to re-enter the emperor, he will not be moved until he finally died here.
With the travels around the country, I gradually learned about several Roman emperors with unique personality, in addition to Caesar and his successor Octavian who are closely related to Egypt, and many footprints in Turkey. Hadrian, the gay emperor, today met the Diocletian who took the initiative to abdicate to grow vegetables.
Split, the historic city of the Republic of Croatia, is the second largest city in Croatia. It is situated on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea and consists of a central peninsula and the surrounding coast. Here, you can stroll around the winding old city or go to other beach islands. We chose the former because of time constraints. This 2,000-year-old town, which is listed on the UN Heritage List, is by no means a museum. It is still alive. More than 3,000 people live in more than 220 buildings in the old city, and local residents will come to the city to enjoy the city's best coffee and food. Just like now, the ancient city is vibrant in the night light and the laughter of young people. z
Split is the historic city of the Republic of Croatia, the second largest city in Croatia, the capital of Split-Dalmatia County, the largest seaport in Dalmatia, a health resort and a tourist destination. The center of the Dalmatian coast of the Adriatic Sea, on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea, consists of a central peninsula and the surrounding coast, and the urban area also includes many small towns along the coast. Split is also a transportation hub on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea. It has direct access to the Adriatic Islands and the Apennines, and is one of the most famous tourist destinations in South Eastern Europe. Split is one of the oldest cities in the region and generally considers the history of the city to exceed 1