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Palace of Diocletianus
The Palace of Diocletianus is one of the best preserved Roman palaces in the world. Here you can see houses, shops and even a cathedral (Sveti Duje). The palace has been listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list since 1979.

Temple of Jupiter
The Temple of Jupiter dates back to the time of the Romans and was often used during the Middle Ages as a baptistery by the Christians. Unlike many other Roman temples, the Temple of Jupiter is very much intact.

Sveti Duje Cathedral
The Sveti Duje Cathedral is a cathedral in the old section of the city that consists of three sections, each built at different times. The cathedral is named after the patron saint of the city, Sveti Duje.

Klis Fort
Klis Fort is located just outside of Split in a village of the same name. The fort has an impressive history, with various foreign occupiers, and was of vital importance in a number of battles. The fort offers breathtaking views over the city of Split.

Marjan is a hill on the peninsula where Split is located. There is a viewpoint at the top of the hill, with fantastic views of the entire city, the port and the various islands in the sea.

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