This is where you take the photos. Heart of the palace if you can say this, the free tour also cover this and explains you the story behind it. I can't miss this as obvious
The centre of the palace of Diocletianm the Dioklecijanova (Cardo Maximus) is a marvellous space both day and night. During the high part of the tourist season, actors dressed as Roman soldiers’ parade around the peristyle area. Additionally, the emperor himself makes an appearance to the waiting crowd. At night the area is well lit, and at times entertainment, such... More
Dioklecian Roman Palace is intersting place to see. In that Palace life didn't stopped and this is not "museum". There is real life. It's very intersting and nice. There you can see long history and life in Split.
Like its Latin name, the "biggest heart" of the Palace is its main north-south street. When Diocletian built his walled fortress more than 1,700 years ago, its main north-south, east-west streets were laid out in strict Roman fashion--perpendicular to each other and ramrod straight. Today, with 1,700 years of "new" architecture, these signature streets have lost their original sweeping aspect,... More
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