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Vestibulum of Diocletian's palace

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Marita
Marita
September 13, 2019
The Vestibul was built until the beginning of the 4th century, as an original part of the ancient Palace. It is a circular hall, once domed by a dome. Definitely take a tour to the top for a fee of only 5 kunas - less than 1 euro! If you can't find the tour, ask for it at the Etnographic museum!!
Tea
Tea
June 1, 2019
Entrance to the emperors chambers. You often have Dalmatian singing here that we call klape so enjoy it. During summer every day at noon there is a play that you can see-Diocletian presents himself to the people.
Goran
Goran
November 19, 2019
Vestibule was used to enter the residential part of the palace.
Jelena
Jelena
May 2, 2016
Circled place above the main square with a hole on a top. Because of it great acoustic lot of time, you can hear different musicians playing and/or singing.
Bernarda
Bernarda
March 8, 2019
The most acoustic place in the Palace.
Neda
Neda
July 16, 2020
From the outside rectangular, and from the inside circular ground plan of this old imperial court, Vestibule leaves a monumental impression even to this day. And how fascinating was it in its original entirety: semicircular niches with statues; a large cupola with colourful glitter mosaic, witnessed…
Sandra
Sandra
May 28, 2016
Surrounded by old Romans walls this circle square has unique shape. It is very acustic so you can usually find singers there performing their acts.

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Point of Interest
“Porta orientalis is their Roman name. These gates were used to enter the palace from the east towards the west, through the main street, decumanus, all the way to the Iron Gate and to Pjaca, the central city square. The Silver Gate was more modest in its decorations than the Golden one, and it was closed from the Middle Ages till 1952, only to be thoroughly reconstructed during the destruction of the Baroque church Dušica. On each side of the gate the remains of the octagonal towers are visible, hence making it easy to imagine the beauty of the construction and the strength of the control over the entrances from the north, east and west. Entering through those gates the passersby, even today, have the opportunity to walk the original ancient pavement on decumanus, walked also, so many years ago, by the Diocletian's subjects. Silver Gate has recently enriched its history with the greatest event for all the Split Catholics, when in the year 2000 Pope John Paul II passed through them admiring the beauty of St Domnius Cathedral where he later prayed. ”
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Cocktail-Bar
“Kinoteka food and bar is a place for you if you're looking for an amazing seating space - it is located in a 500 years old noble family palace in the heart of the Diocletian palace. Their menu can be described as a fusion of Dalmatian ingredients and Asian cuisine. They offer a wide range of signature cocktails too. Their sushi is one of the best in Split!”
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Standort
1 Ul. Iza Vestibula
Split, Splitsko-dalmatinska županija 21000