Split, Croatia

Split, Croatia

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Voyage to Roman ruins and marvelous museums

Its Adriatic seaside lined with palm trees, Split is the largest and most important city in Dalmatia, and custodian of the riches of culture and history found within and around the walls of the Roman emperor Diocletian’s palace. Begun in AD 295 as an imperial residence and fortified camp, its twisting cobblestone byways reveal churches and chapels both Romanesque and Gothic, and older places of worship such as the Temple of Jupiter.

The old town is remarkably well preserved, and is full of museums, art galleries, and cozy cafes where you can pause along your way.

Diocletian’s Palace And Cellar

Diocletian’s Palace And Cellar

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Diocletian’s Palace And Cellar

Diocletian’s Palace And Cellar

Visit the Emperor’s palace, made of white limestone and now home to many shops.

Temple Of Jupiter

Temple Of Jupiter

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Temple Of Jupiter

Temple Of Jupiter

Discover the temple in its present incarnation after 13 centuries of renovations.

Krka National Park

Krka National Park

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Krka National Park

Krka National Park

Reinvigorate near the clean waters of Krka River and a 150-foot waterfall.

Split, Croatia At a glance

Current Weather:
12°C / 53 °F
Sun
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Current Time:
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Saturday, March 28
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Currency:
Croatian Kuna
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Local Details:
GPS: 43°30'29.28"N 16°26'24.7"E
Size: 78.38 KM2 (30.26 MI2)
Population: 178,102
Density: 2,272 Pop/KM2 (877 Pop/MI2)
Country Code: +385

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