Category: Monument and Historic Building
Address: Brade Radic
Telephone: 021 348 600
Reviews Diocletian's Palace
The Diocletian’s Palace is a building which is located in Split in Croatia and built by the Emperor Diocletian at the turn of the fourth century AD. This monument was built by him to prepare for his retirement in 305 AD. This amazing building lies in a bay which is to the south side of the peninsula that runs from the Dalmatian coast and four miles from Salona. At present, this is the most important historic buildings having famous and complete architectural and cultural features to it.
This palace is about 1700+ years old. It's still standing today with cathedrals around it. It has underground tunnels where people used to pray and be in jail. When you climb up the tower, you can see the whole palace from one place. You never get that experience where you feel like the king of the palace from just one place, but you do here. It's very beautiful here. You just have to come here and have your own experiences.
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