Salona

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Salona became a major town under Cesar and under Diocletian, when it had 60,000 inhabitants. The healthy economy and cosmopolitan character of the city encouraged Christianity to flourish here from the 2C. The site now comprises the necropolis of Manastirine, tomb of the victims of Diocletian's persecutions; the museum or Tusculum, an abode built with a large number of recycled Roman elements; the ramparts and the eastern town with an old Episcopal centre and a superb amphitheatre (around 170).

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Solin Amphitheatre
Solin Amphitheatre
Built around 170, the amphitheatre could
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Klis Fortress
Klis Fortress
Three concentric outer walls border this
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Chapel of the Holy Trinity
Chapel of the Holy Trinity
This tiny chapel built in the late 8C is
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Papalic Palace
Papalic Palace
This sumptuous Flamboyant Gothic palace
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Peristyle of Diocletian's Palace
Peristyle of Diocletian's Palace
This magnificent peristyle is lined with
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Our Lady of the Steeple
Our Lady of the Steeple
This small chapel is above the Gate of
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Solin Amphitheatre
Solin Amphitheatre
Built around 170, the amphitheatre could
1:00
Klis Fortress
Klis Fortress
Three concentric outer walls border this
1:00
Chapel of the Holy Trinity
Chapel of the Holy Trinity
This tiny chapel built in the late 8C is
0:15
See all