Diocletians Palace Overview
Not a museum or a palace, Diocletian's Palace is the living heart of the city of Split. Set on the harbourside, this gorgeous complex is an age-old Roman structure, with its winding streets filled with colorful shops, elegant restaurants, dazzling bars, and cheerful people.

Measuring 215 meters in length and 180 meters in breadth, Diocletian's Palace was constructed to serve multiple purposes. Constructed back in the 4th century, it was supposed to be a military fortification, a fortified town, and a royal residence. Over the years, a lot of elements have been added to the original building, which have made Diocletian's Palace even more alluring.

Location: Peristil bb, 21000, Split, Croatia
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