Diocletian’s Palace

Pictures of Diocletian's Palace in Split

The City of Split from Marjan Hill.

Me, inside the palace walls!

Palm trees growing in the part of the old palace now containing separate dwellings.

The former ground floor of the palace.

Roman remains, around which a city grew.

The 12th century bell tower of the cathedral of St Dominus with the Roman columns, 800 years older, in front.  The cathedral was originally Diocletian's mausoleum and is the second oldest structure used as a Christian cathedral.  It is the oldest Catholic cathedral in the world.

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