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Diocletian's Palace (Historical Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian)
Diocletian's Palace (Historical Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian)

Diocletian's Palace (Historical Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian)

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Dioklecijanova ulica 1, Sredmanuška ul. 11, 21000, Split, Croatia
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mercato sotterraneo vendita bigiotteria a basso costo. fuori terra è migliore ma stretta e sopravvalutato. senza guida richiesto. basta passeggiare e forse si possono trovare pezzi di pace

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San Diego

Split centro storico è incredibilmente bello. Ci sono una quantità sconcertante di vicoli da esplorare bar e ristoranti sorprendente e una grande atmosfera

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Spanish Fort

Una delle più antiche strutture ancora in piedi dall'Impero Romano. C'è un mercato nel seminterrato.

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Milano

E 'difficile immaginare Spalato Croazia senza palazzo dell'Imperatore come sarebbe Roma senza Colosseo o Cairo senza Grande Piramide di Giza. Se una città ha il suo cuore di questo palazzo è posto vitale di Spalato. E 'più simile a una città nella città.

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La seconda città più grande della Croazia con il palazzo dell'imperatore romano Diocleziano registrato come uno dei siti del patrimonio mondiale, a soli 90 km da Zaostrog.

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SPLIT - la città dell'UNESCO! Enojoy il 1700 anni di storia in questa bella città del Mediterraneo! Benvenuto!

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Pleasant Hill

Commissionata dall'imperatore Diolcetian, questo palazzo è una struttura ben conservata costruito in tipico stile romano campo militare. Imperatore Diocleziano visse nel palazzo di Diocleziano a soli otto anni, fino alla sua morte nel 313. Dopo la sua morte il Palazzo di Diocleziano è stata utilizzata come centro amministrativo e la residenza del governatore. Tre secoli più tardi, nel 615, il palazzo fu utilizzato come rifugio per gli abitanti di Salona, ​​quando la loro città fu saccheggiata dagli Avari. Originariamente il palazzo di Diocleziano era 215m lungo X 180m di larghezza e recintato con mura spesse fino a 28 m di altezza. Su ogni angolo era una torre e quattro ingressi, tra cui il ferro, argento, e Golden Gates. Leader in dalle porte su ogni lato, due strade sono disposte secondo la tradizione romana Cardo e il Decumano. Diverse attrazioni di rilievo all'interno del Palazzo sono il Tempio di Giove, Cattedrale di S. Dominius, e il peristilio. Il Palazzo è anche un patrimonio mondiale dell'UNESCO. Gayle e ho vagato dentro e fuori del Palazzo di Diocleziano e di limitare eventuali biglietti venduti. Inoltre abbiamo gironzolato per le strade strette del centro storico circostante, e il nostro unico rimpianto è che non abbiamo acquistare un CD dal canto di gruppo a cappella all'interno della voce Vestibolo.

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Abitante di Spalato/Split

città 1700 anni costruito intorno al palazzo protetta dall'UNESCO dell'imperatore romano Diocleziano

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Pittsford

Il palazzo fu costruito dal imperatore romano Diocleziano alla fine del IV secolo dC. È una struttura massiccia che è nello stato notevole. Dopo i Romani abbandonarono il sito il palazzo è stato occupato, con i residenti rendendo le loro case e le imprese all'interno del seminterrato del palazzo e direttamente nelle sue mura. Oggi molti ristoranti e negozi, e alcune case, si trovano ancora all'interno delle mura. E pensare che questo è stato costruito come una casa di riposo per una persona e la sua famiglia.

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Sydney

A volte non ho nemmeno capito quando ero a piedi dentro o fuori dal palazzo fino a quando ho alzato gli occhi e ho visto un arco enorme fatta di pietra calcarea, è come camminare indietro nel tempo. Ora ci sono ristoranti, gallerie d'arte e negozi costruiti all'interno ma il palazzo è rimasta ben conservata. È possibile visitare la zona sotterranea per un piccolo prezzo, se mi chiedete, è un po 'inquietante.

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Ottawa

Diocletian Palace is one of the best preserved monuments of the Roman architecture in the world. The Emperor's Palace was built as a combination of a luxury villa - summer house and a Roman military camp (castrum), divided into four parts with two main streets. Southern part of the Palace was, in this scheme, intended for the Emperor's apartment and appropriate governmental and religious ceremonies, while the north part was for the Imperial guard - the military, servants, storage etc. The Palace is a rectangular building (approximately 215 x 180 meters) with four large towers at the corners, doors on each of the four sides and four small towers on the walls. The lower part of the walls has no openings, while the upper floor is open with a monumental porch on the south and halls with grand arch windows on the other three sides. Over the centuries the Palace inhabitants, and later also the citizens of Split adapted parts of the palace for their own requirements, thus the inside buildings as well as the exterior walls with the towers significantly changed the original appearance, but the outlines of the Imperial Palace are still very visible.

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I have been wishing for a long time to visit this Palace.
I found it extraordinary and I think it's very well preserved.
It's always kind of cool to listen about history that was happening there a lot of years ago and how everything was so different back then.
This Palace is quite big and you can see that it has so much history behind its name.
We loved seeing and exploring historic things that are left of that amazing
time before us. It is truly magnificient.

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Considered to be one of the most imposing Roman ruins, Diocletian’s palace is certainly the main attraction of the city of Split, Croatia.

These ruins are some of the most valuable surviving buildings of the Roman era on the Adriatic coast.

Emperor Diocletian, who voluntarily gave up the throne of the Roman Empire, in the turn of the 4th century CE built the palace and after his retirement on May1, 305 settled here, on the beach, in the Illyrian province of Rome.

Today the Illyrian province is part of Croatia.

The so-called palace was a massive structure and contains not only the palace itself but also buildings, intended for housing military garrison.

Diocletian’s palace by nightThe whole complex occupied around 30,000 square meters. Today these ruins lie in the heart of the city of Split in Croatia.

The ancient fortress has become the old town of Split, with numerous shops, cafes, restaurants and also apartments, located in the old buildings on narrow streets of the palace/fortress.

Around 3000 people live on the territory of Diocletian’s palace today.

Emperor Diocletian had a wish to enter his palace on a ship, without leaving the deck. Today, it is hard to imagine that the lower tier of Diocletian’s palace once was covered with water, and the ship of the Emperor was usually slowly passing between the columns and stopping among the vaulted rooms of the lower tier.

The windows in the lower rooms of the palace are located near the ceiling - in case the water would rise - and even during the day the illumination here is weak, uneven. Over time, the sea receded, and a city emerged around the palace.

Not much is left in Split from the era of Diocletian - only the palace, the remains of walls and gates.

The rest of the old city is covered with white stone buildings of different periods and styles. The palace was built from local limestone and white marble.

The palace has a form of an irregular rectangle with numerous towers on the western, northern, and eastern facades. The southern façade has no towers, because it was rising directly from the waters of the sea. The design of the palace is a mix of villa and castrum architecture. The Emperor’s apartments were located on the southern part of the complex - along the seaside.

Only the foundation and lower floors of these apartments have survived to our days. Diocletian’s octagonal mausoleum (later was reconstructed into a Christian church - one of the oldest in the world) and 3 temples were also located in the southern part of the palace. One of the temples was later turned into a baptistery, the other two were destroyed.

On the crossroad of the two main roads of the palace, the so called Peristyle is located. The Peristyle is a rectangular open court decorated with colonnade and intended to become the heart of the palace, where the most powerful Roman citizens were gathering.

The palace had four gates. From the Golden gate on the northern side of the fortress the road to the town of Solin was starting.

The Silver gate was located on the eastern part, the Iron one - on the west, and the Bronze gate was on the south - the sea shore.

The gates themselves, of course, did not survive, but carved stone pillars and arches residues can still be seen on their place.

Here and there in the palace one can find antiques, including three 3500 years old sphinxes, brought to Split from Egypt for the Emperor.

Nowadays, during the day you can often hear music in the palace. But in the evenings the palace is particularly attractive.

When the night falls, the marble and granite columns, topped by Corinthian capitals, are usually illuminated by colorful garlands, and the interiors of the palace are becoming a beautiful scene, where actors in Roman togas are performing with their solemn voices, echoing under the arches of this ancient palace.

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Ottawa

Diocletian Palace is one of the best preserved monuments of the Roman architecture in the world. The Emperor's Palace was built as a combination of a luxury villa - summer house and a Roman military camp (castrum), divided into four parts with two main streets. Southern part of the Palace was, in this scheme, intended for the Emperor's apartment and appropriate governmental and religious ceremonies, while the north part was for the Imperial guard - the military, servants, storage etc. The Palace is a rectangular building (approximately 215 x 180 meters) with four large towers at the corners, doors on each of the four sides and four small towers on the walls. The lower part of the walls has no openings, while the upper floor is open with a monumental porch on the south and halls with grand arch windows on the other three sides. Over the centuries the Palace inhabitants, and later also the citizens of Split adapted parts of the palace for their own requirements, thus the inside buildings as well as the exterior walls with the towers significantly changed the original appearance, but the outlines of the Imperial Palace are still very visible.

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Diocletian Palace is one of the best preserved monuments of the Roman architecture in the world. The Emperor's Palace was built as a combination of a luxury villa - summer house and a Roman military camp (castrum), divided into four parts with two main streets. Southern part of the Palace was, in this scheme, intended for the Emperor's apartment and appropriate governmental and religious ceremonies, while the north part was for the Imperial guard - the military, servants, storage etc. The Palace is a rectangular building (approximately 215 x 180 meters) with four large towers at the corners, doors on each of the four sides and four small towers on the walls. The lower part of the walls has no openings, while the upper floor is open with a monumental porch on the south and halls with grand arch windows on the other three sides. Over the centuries the Palace inhabitants, and later also the citizens of Split adapted parts of the palace for their own requirements, thus the inside buildings as well as the exterior walls with the towers significantly changed the original appearance, but the outlines of the Imperial Palace are still very visible.

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Ottawa

Diocletian Palace is one of the best preserved monuments of the Roman architecture in the world. The Emperor's Palace was built as a combination of a luxury villa - summer house and a Roman military camp (castrum), divided into four parts with two main streets. Southern part of the Palace was, in this scheme, intended for the Emperor's apartment and appropriate governmental and religious ceremonies, while the north part was for the Imperial guard - the military, servants, storage etc. The Palace is a rectangular building (approximately 215 x 180 meters) with four large towers at the corners, doors on each of the four sides and four small towers on the walls. The lower part of the walls has no openings, while the upper floor is open with a monumental porch on the south and halls with grand arch windows on the other three sides. Over the centuries the Palace inhabitants, and later also the citizens of Split adapted parts of the palace for their own requirements, thus the inside buildings as well as the exterior walls with the towers significantly changed the original appearance, but the outlines of the Imperial Palace are still very visible.

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Diocletian's Palace (Croatian: Dioklecijanova palača, pronounced [diɔklɛt͡sijǎːnɔʋa pǎlat͡ʃa]) is an ancient palace built for the Roman Emperor Diocletian at the turn of the fourth century AD, that today forms about half the old town of Split, Croatia. While it is referred to as a "palace" because of its intended use as the retirement residence of Diocletian, the term can be misleading as the structure is massive and more resembles a large fortress: about half of it was for Diocletian's personal use, and the rest housed the military garrison.

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Milano

Breathtaking view from the Bell Tower of the Diocletian's Palace. Price is worth the visit.

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Madrid

¡Qué increíble este palacio! ¡Y pensar que fue construido entre los siglos IV y III dC!

Más que un palacio fue una fortaleza que el emperador romano Dioclesiano mandó a construir para cuando se retire. Hay partes que están mejor conservadas que otras, pero dentro podrás ver muchas cosas:

*Sus puertas, principalmente la de oro, plata, bronce y hierro.
*El mausoleo de Dioclesiano.
*El Peristilo
*La parte subterránea

Y además, lo imprescindible es disfrutar de las terrazas y no agobiarse con la cantidad de gente que te encontrarás. Este sitio es UNESCO y con mucha razón, tiene una carga histórica y una belleza tan espectacular que deberás visitar sí o sí en tu paso por Split.

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Playa de Gandia

El emperador Diocleciano mandó a construir este palacio una vez abdicó a su corona con el fin de retirarse. Lo curioso es que solo vivió aquí unos ocho años hasta su muerte. Posteriormente el lugar se utilizó como fortificación con murallas defensivas. Hoy en día solo se guardan algunos restos de lo que fuera el gran palacio, y estos se pueden divisar casi en cada rincón del centro de Split. El Templo de Júpiter, la catedral, las antiguas murallas y las puertas de acceso al palacio son solo algunos lugares majestuosos que hoy se pueden visitar y muestran parte de lo que debió haber sido esta semejante estructura.

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