Diocletian's Palace

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The palace interior was designed to a cruciform plan, with access via the decumanus and the cardo. The north wing housed soldiers and servants; the south wing contained the peristyle, temples and the imperial apartments. The interior configuration of the emperor's quarters can be imagined by visiting the underground chambers, as the two layouts were similar. The ethnographic museum, containing a collection of traditional Dalmatian costumes, is a must for visitors.

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