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TOP 10 ADRESSES IN SPLIT

FLIP THROUGH THE PAGES AND DISCOVER OUR CARNET D'ADRESSE

by Beba Marsano
November 5th, 2014
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A Palace centre of a city: nearly 40 thousand square metres and 10 years of works for the colossal Palace the Emperor Diocletian wanted as retirement residence on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea, in Split. Jewel of the late antique architecture, this is the only Roman imperial residence still existing. A museum? An archaeological site? Not at all.

Reshaped by 1700 years of history, the Palace is a “living ruin” which houses the labyrinth pulsating heart of a unique city. During centuries, life and Roman spirit captured this city with churches, buildings, small shops, taverns and cafés, inserting on antique temples and Corinthian colonnades new Romanesque bas relieves, Gothic-Renaissance façades, Baroque patterns. Here there are the “must” of this beautiful and amazing Split.

A city to discover. A city to live.

FLIP THROUGH THE PAGES AND DISCOVER THE 10 ADRESSES
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BRUXELLES – CARNET D’ADRESSE
ZURIGO – CARNET D’ADRESSE
VIENNA – CARNET D’ADRESSE
BOLOGNA - CARNET D’ADRESSE
FRANKFURT - CARNET D’ADRESSE
STOCKHOLM – CARNET D’ADRESSE
INNSBRUCK – CARNET D’ADRESSE

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