The Diocletian Palace - Dioklecijanova Palača in Croatia is a ancient building located in Split - Croatia. This magnificent palace was built in the 4th century by Emperor Diocletian. The palace is located just 6km from Salona, Salona was the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia


Today the Diocletian Palace is the centre stone of Split, in 1979 the Diocletian Palace was listed on the UNESCO world heritage listing, the Diocletian Palace is one of the worlds most famous Roman Palace's, due to it completeness and well preserved state.

The Diocletian Palace was built using white marble sources from the Island of Brac, Marble from the Island of Brac is world renown for its pure white color and quality.


All photos provided by http://www.kroatie.org - Hans Van Mulders
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