Saint Domnius Cathedral Overview
Counted among the most well-preserved Roman buildings, Saint Domnius Cathedral happens to be an ever-charming octagonal cathedral in Split. This structure was constructed to serve as the tomb of Diocletian, who was buried here back in 311 AD. However, the sarcophagus of the emperor was destroyed in the 5th century and his mausoleum was converted into a cathedral.

An original arcade of 24 columns surrounds the exterior of this cathedral. One of the new additions made to the building was the stunning Romanesque bell tower, which was built between the 13th and 16th centuries. This tower collapsed in the later period and was constructed again in 1908.

Location: Ul. Kraj Svetog Duje 3, 21000, Split, Croatia
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