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  1. Split, Croatia - Wikipedia

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    Split (/ ˈ s p l ɪ t /, as the English word split; Croatian pronunciation: (); see other names) is Croatia's second-largest city and the largest city in the Dalmatia region. It lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea and is spread over a central peninsula and its surroundings.

    • AD 305
    • Croatia
    • 3rd or 2nd century BC
    • Split-Dalmatia
  2. Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Split-Makarska - Wikipedia

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    The Archbishopric of Spalathon or Spalatum (also Salona, Latin: Spalatum) was a Christian archbishopric with seat in Salona (modern Split), Dalmatia (modern Croatia) in the early Middle Ages. It recognized the supremacy of the Patriarch of Constantinople rather than the Roman Pope. In 590 the Salona archdiocese gained territory from the ...

    • (as of 2014), 456,029, 441,036 (96.7%)
    • Split
  3. History of Split - Wikipedia

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    The history of Split as a significant city, in its own right, begins with the Sack of Salona by the Avars in 639 CE. Conflicting versions of the event are in existence, and it is unknown whether the city was taken by treachery, by ruse, or whether the defense was simply abandoned by the terrified populace.

  4. Spalatum - Latin Wikipedia

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  5. Diocletian's Palace - Wikipedia

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    Diocletian's Palace (Croatian: Dioklecijanova palača, pronounced [diɔklɛt͡sijǎːnɔʋa pǎlat͡ʃa]) is an ancient palace built for the Roman emperor Diocletian at the turn of the fourth century AD, which today forms about half the old town of Split, Croatia. While it is referred to as a "palace" because of its intended use as the ...

    • 4th century AD
    • Cultural
  6. Solin - Wikipedia

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    Geography. Solin is situated north of the Split peninsula, in a basin surrounded by mountains Kozjak (779 m) to the north and Mosor (1339 m) to the east. The ancient city of Salona developed near the estuary of Jadro, and the later medieval settlement was formed on one of the several islands formed by the river, which is where today's center is also situated.

  7. Split – Wikipédia

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    Split (magyarul: Spalató, latinul: Spalatum, olaszul: Spalato) Horvátország második legnagyobb városa Split-Dalmácia megyében, Dalmácia legnagyobb városa, igazgatási és gazdasági központja.

  8. Split – Wikipedija

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    Split je najveći grad u Dalmaciji, te po broju stanovnika i drugi najveći grad u Hrvatskoj.. Prema zadnjem popisu stanovništva, provedenom 2011. godine, Split ima 178.192 stanovnika, druga je po veličini hrvatska trgovačka luka, najveća putnička luka u Hrvatskoj i treća luka na Sredozemlju po broju putnika.

  9. Dioklecijanova palača – Wikipedija

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    Dioklecijanova palača je antička palača cara Dioklecijana u Splitu. Oko 300. godine podigao ju je rimski car Dioklecijan i u njoj je boravio nakon povlačenja s prijestolja (305.g.) do smrti (316.g.).

  10. ^ Dioklecijanova palača Arhivirano na sajtu Wayback Machine (23. mart 2016), Leksikografski zavod Miroslav Krleža, preuzeto 1. marta 2012. ^ Nastanak i razvoj Dioklecijanove palače [mrtva veza], Građevinar br. 59., preuzeto 1. marta 2012. ^ Frane Baras, Prohujalo pod Marjanom. str. 42–43. ^ „Day 72: Filming in Diocletian’s Palace ...