The Jupiter Temple is Split's most distinctive building, with rectangular granite Plaza stairs in front of it and various chair cushions for tourists to drink and sit down for a while. There is a lion sculpture in front of the temple. The black granite is full of heroism. There is a basement under the temple imported from Egypt in the 5th century which was once used as a church.
The Jupiter Temple is a small temple. The black granite headless lion sculpture guarding the entrance was imported from Egypt in the 5th century. Below the temple is a basement, once used as a church. We did not enter, we only visited the exterior, but listened to the instructions of the guide of the first Palace of Daiquiri. I really don't remember what I said.
In the red roof on the Adriatic coast under the blue sky, it is not very noticeable. Because his time has passed away for 2000 years. It was the time of the Roman gods, and Jupiter was the main god, and here was the core. In today's Christian world, this is a relic.
Location is very difficult to find, without any sign, in the alley across the church to see, including the joint ticket, in fact, only a small room, although exquisite, there is a headless black granite lion guarding the door. But it's worth seeing if it's packed in the ticket.
The temple is so small that it's easy to miss out on the crowds. Dickley was one of the more courageous emperors in Rome and carried out many reforms successively. But history gives him different praises and criticisms. First a believer in the classical Roman gods (which was very unusual in those days), DeCree regarded himself as Jupiter and carried out religious reforms. Even if their wives and daughters were Christians, they were not exempted.
The visit cost about 10 yuan, and the building itself is exquisite.