The foundation of Split dates back to 3rd century, when Diocletian’s palace was built. Archeological sites show, however, that this area was inhabited even before Diocletian’s time. It is possible that one of the Greek colonies was settled here. Diocletian’s Palace is one of the most significant works of byzantine and early medieval architecture. The Palace's walls surround many smaller palaces, temples, medieval forts, Romanesque churches, squares and many other sites. Beside private residences (for about 3,000 people), the Palace is full with many restaurants, cafes, shops and galleries. Although the interior of the palace is considered to be most valuable, Split is filled with many other localities. Procurative square are located near the Palace Republic Square. Next to this small Venetian square is Marmont Street, the most famous street in Split. Today, Split is the second largest city in Croatia, an urban metropolis that offers cultural and historical heritage to its visitors, along with wonderful nature and a mild climate. Dalmatian songs on the cobblestone street of the old town create a special feeling. Every year the town attracts people from all over the world. Streets full with people, cafes, squares and restaurants will make you think that every day is a holiday here. 

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