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      • Museums (7)
      • Split, Croatia (13)
      • Podstrana, Croatia (12)
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      Bar Barramundi SplitJune 9, 2012
      Cocktail
      • Podstrana, Croatia

      Be sure to check why everyday is a Bar Barramundi day!Oh, and we have ice-cream ;)

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      Plaža PodstranaJune 9, 2012
      Beach
      • Podstrana, Croatia

      Podstrana Beach starts at hotel Le Méridien Lav and our Bar Barramundi. It stretches along town Podstrana. You can relax in the sun, rent Jet Ski, Pedalo and more...

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      Tennis Court La MeridienJune 9, 2012
      Tennis Court
      • Croatia

      The tennis court at hotel Le Méridien Lav Split is equipped with 4 tennis courts with lights (the surface is astroturf). After a good game, you can take a swim on the beautiful Podstrana Beach.

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      Biciklistička staza (Bicycle lane)June 9, 2012
      Trail
      • Podstrana, Croatia

      A beautiful view and nice historic sites on the way. Just follow the trail and you will end up on the top of Podstrana at Kapelica Sv. Juraj.

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      Kapelica Sv. Juraj (Jure) na Vršini (St. George Church)June 9, 2012
      Church
      • Podstrana, Croatia

      Situated on the hill above Podstrana, offers a wonderful view of Split and the islands.

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      Kapelica Sv. Juraj (Jure) na Vršini (St. George Church)June 9, 2012
      Church
      • Podstrana, Croatia

      The oldest Church in Podstrana, situated on the hill above the village Podstrana. It was erected in the 11th century in the immediate proximity of the prehistoricfortress.

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      Crkva Sv. Martina (Church of St Martin)June 9, 2012
      Church
      • Podstrana, Croatia

      King Arthur – Roman officer under the name of Lucius Artorius Castus – after a successful campaigns in defending the Hadrian’s wall – retired to Dalmatia and was buried here.

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      Crkva Sv. Martina (Church of St Martin)June 9, 2012
      Church
      • Podstrana, Croatia

      King Arthur, after a successful campaigns in defending the Hadrian’s wall, retired to Dalmatia and was buried here. See sarcophagus inscription for Roman officer Lucius Artorius Castu (King Arthur) Read more

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      Crkva Sv. Martina (Church of St Martin)June 9, 2012
      Church
      • Podstrana, Croatia

      839. u blizini crkve potpisan je prvi hrvatski mirovni sporazum, povijesni mare nostrum, između kneza Mislava i mletačkog dužda Petra Tradonika, nakon pobjede mlade hrvatske države nad Venecijom.

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      Plaža PodstranaJune 9, 2012
      Beach
      • Podstrana, Croatia

      Podstrana Beach has excellent sea bathing water quality!More info on Ministry of Environment and Protection (link) Read more

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      PeristilJune 9, 2012
      Plaza
      • Split, Croatia

      There is Roman guard (Dioklecijanova straža) guarding Peristil everyday from 8AM to 8PM. At 12AM catch the appearance of emperor Diocletian and his wife Prisca with salutation to the folk.

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      Split Airport (SPU)June 9, 2012
      Airport
      • Kaštel Štafilić, Croatia

      For Taxi - available during Airport operating hours (06.00 - 22.00 local time) - call +385(0)21895237 Direct Bus Line to Split (30kn/one way): http://www.plesoprijevoz.hr/schedulest.htm Read more

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      Dioklecijanov VestibulMay 11, 2012
      Historic Site
      • Split, Croatia

      Vestibul je bio ulazna dvorana u Dioklecijanov stan. To je prostor za odabrane građane, prvenstveno veleposlanike. Na vrhu se nalazila kupola s mozaikom, a u nišama su bile skulpture.

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      Katedrala Sv. Duje (Cathedral of St. Domnius)May 11, 2012
      Church
      • Split, Croatia

      The cathedral was named after St Duje, patron saint of Split (3rd century Bishop). The main part is Emperor Diocletian's mausoleum (end of the 3rd century). The Bell Tower was constructed in 1100 AD.

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      Katedrala Sv. Duje (Cathedral of St. Domnius)May 11, 2012
      Church
      • Split, Croatia

      After viewing the interior of the cathedral, you can climb the bell tower to get a lovely view of the surrounding area and the nearby port.

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      Riznica splitske katedrale (The Split Cathedral Treasury)May 11, 2012
      Museum
      • Split, Croatia

      The treasury holds a collection of golden artifacts and church garments from the Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque period. Opened during summer from 8AM-8PM

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      Riznica splitske katedrale (The Split Cathedral Treasury)May 11, 2012
      Museum
      • Split, Croatia

      Opened during summer for visitors from 8AM to 8PM

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      Riznica splitske katedrale (The Split Cathedral Treasury)May 11, 2012
      Museum
      • Split, Croatia

      Riznica splitske katedrale jedna je od najvrednijih u Hrvatskoj. U njoj se čuvaju predmeti od 8. do 20. st.

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      Grgur NinskiMay 11, 2012
      Sculpture
      • Split, Croatia

      The statue of Gregory of Nin by Ivan Meštrović -> heavily trafficked tourist site in the town, which the toe of the statue shows. Rubbing the statue's toe is said to bring good luck!

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      Grgur NinskiMay 11, 2012
      Sculpture
      • Split, Croatia

      Gregory of Nin was a medieval Croatian bishop who strongly opposed the Pope and the Church and introduced the Croatian language in the religious services after the Great Assembly in 926.

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