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Known as the ‘lungs of Split’, the 178 metre high hill of Marjan just west of Diocletian’s Palace and the Riva, rises next to the Croatian city’s harbour like a slightly bent knee from a leg in repose (for want … Continue reading
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Diocletian’s Palace in the heart of Split is the heart of Split. Locals today not only work within the ruins of the two-thousand-year old Roman palace but also live within them. Not so palatial these days, the site is now … Continue reading
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After a rein of failed attempts to completely rid the Roman Empire of the early Christians (but he gave it a jolly good try), emperor Diocletian retired to the shores of what is now the Croatian city of Split. There, … Continue reading
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Split’s Old Town belfry is the architectural equivalent of a cuckoo’s egg placed inside another bird’s nest; its height dwarfs everything around it, its girth scales down its immediate surroundings and although Romanesque in style, this bell tower post-dates its … Continue reading
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I have seen some strange things on my travels, but Froggyland in the Croatian city of Split has got to be the strangest and certainly the most bizarre to date. Hungarian taxidermist Ferenc Mere spent ten years of his life … Continue reading