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Archaeological Museum

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June 29, 2018
Longtime archeological museum displaying diverse artifacts in an estate-like space with a garden.
August 23, 2018
Museum with an extensive collection of Latin inscriptions, predominantly originating from ancient Salona. In the early 16th century, Dominik Papalic, a nobleman and humanist from Split, set up in his house a collection of ancient inscriptions, which he found during the many walks with Marko Marulic,…
May 11, 2016
Archaeological Museum- In the Old town you will find the oldest museum in Croatia, includes archaeological artifacts from the prehistoric, Greek, Roman, early Christian and Medieval ages. The museum isn't huge but it's collection is great, small oasis of Greek and Roman remains!d
June 24, 2018
The best museum in town. My reccommendation.
June 21, 2018
Our region is full of historical monuments. one of them is the remains of the ancient city of Salona, ​​dating back to the 3 centuries before our era, before the Roman empire and the Diocletian's palace. In this museum you can see the exhibits that come from the remains of Salona itself. The…
April 3, 2019
Archaeological Museum
June 25, 2015
Museum has excellent collection of Greek and Roman artefacts including some of the most beautiful Roman sarcophagi. Collection is not well presented so it's best to visit it with specialized guide.

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“Throughout the second decade of the 20th century, famous Ivan Meštrović bought plots in the area of Meje, the western part of Split, with the intention of building his future residence. Construction works began at the end of the 1920s. The land is fenced in by a southern wall with two auxiliary buildings right next to the entrance (according to the project by Fabijan Kaliterna) over which a promenade with stone columns and wooden beams would be erected at a later point, and farther in the direction from the east a villa would be built. For this representative architectural structure Ivan Meštrović, the alpha and omega of the idea of the project, collaborated with architect Lavoslav Horvat and for the construction of the building project with Harold Bilinić and construction entrepreneur Marin Marasović, the head of the performance of the entire structure.”
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“Eminent Scottish architect Robert Adam considered this temple one of the most beautiful European monuments. Rectangular in its floor plan the temple served to celebrate Jupiter's cult. It lies on an elevated podium, with a six column porch in front of it. Embossed images on the portal, as well as the barrel coffered vault influenced the early Renaissance architecture of Andrija Alessi and Nikola Firentinac in Trogir. The transformation into a Baptistery happened in the Late Antiquity era, with a construction of a crypt under the building dedicated to St Thomas. In the former temple, at the beginning of the 13th century, a Baptismal Font was made of the altar screen pluteus (11th century), originally seated in the cathedral. One of the posts shows a figure of a Croatian king (Petar Krešimir IV or Zvonimir), making it the earliest presentation of a European king on a Medieval stone sculpture. The Baptistery today is dominated by a Secession sculpture of St John the Baptist, whose name the temple carried after the transformation, this was the work of Ivan Meštrović, while in front of it one of several completely or partly preserved granite sphinxes was placed that Diocletian brought from Egypt. The Baptistery is open for visitors, with an entrance fee.”
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Point of Interest
“Drama, opera, concerts of classical music, ballet. Marko Marulić festival, Split summer festival.”
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Sitio histórico
“The Emperor Diocletian built this palace. It is amazingly well preserved with a population of over 5000 people living within its walls. It is like 'stepping back in time' but with the advantage of shops, restaurants, bars. ”
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“Beautiful park with access from Split Riva. Lots of steps with views well worth the effort. ”
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25 Ul. Zrinsko Frankopanska
Split, Splitsko-dalmatinska županija 21000
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