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Split

The Imperial Palace of Roman Emperor Diocletian in Split, Croatia's second largest city, is enormous. It sits right along the seaside promenade, and its outside walls are 590' by 705' in dimension. It dates back to 300 AD when Emperor Diocletian was in residence. Inside the walls is an entire city composed of both ancient ruins and more modern structures. Churches, shops, apartments, restaurants, etc., can now all be found within its walls.
The seaside promenade and south wall of the palace
The seaside promenade and south wall of the palace
One of the large ferries taking people, cars, and trucks to the various cities and islands in the Adriatic
One of the large ferries taking people, cars, and trucks to the various cities and islands in the Adriatic
Diocletian's Palace
Diocletian's Palace
Split's version of St. Mark's square
Split's version of St. Mark's square
An open air fish market
An open air fish market
Hiking up Marjan Hill for views into the city
Hiking up Marjan Hill for views into the city
An old Jewish cemetery
An old Jewish cemetery
Croatian Dance Troupe
Croatian Dance Troupe