Split

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Deutsch: Split ist eine Stadt in Kroatien am Adriatischen Meer.
English: Split is a city in Croatia, situated on the Adriatic Sea.
Hrvatski: Split je grad u Hrvatskoj, koji se nalazi na Jadranskom moru.
Türkçe: Split Hırvatistan'a bağlı, Adriyatik Denizi kıyısında bir şehir.
Italiano: Spalato è una città della Croazia, che si trova sul mare Adriatico.
Français : Split est une ville de Croatie située sur la mer Adriatique.
Limburgs: Split is 'ne stad in Kroatië dee ligk aon d'n Adriatische Zie.
Polski: Split to miasto w Chorwacji.
Svenska: Split är en stad i Kroatien som ligger vid Adriatiska havet.
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Split 
city in Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia
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Instance of
  • big city
  • town in Croatia
  • second largest city
Patron saint
LocationSplit-Dalmatia County, Croatia
Head of government
  • Andro Krstulović Opara
Population
  • 178,102 (2011)
Area
  • 79.38 km²
Elevation above sea level
  • 0 ±1 m
Replaces
  • Spalatum
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43° 30′ 36″ N, 16° 26′ 24″ E
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Wikidata Q1663
VIAF ID: 154775061
GND ID: 4077687-6
Library of Congress authority ID: n81008274
IdRef ID: 02741759X
NKCR AUT ID: ge130905
National Library of Israel ID (old): 000982938
U.S. National Archives Identifier: 10046418
National Library of Israel J9U ID: 987007548030705171
OpenStreetMap relation ID: 2826807
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General views from the north or west (Marjan)[edit]

Historical centre[edit]

See the Gallery Diocletian's Palace (Split)

Historical images[edit]

Cathedral[edit]

See the gallery on the Diocletian's Palace for the Mausoleum.

External views[edit]

Interior[edit]

Altar of St Anastasius 15c[edit]
Pulpit 13th c[edit]

Riva/Harbour[edit]

Monuments[edit]

Gregory of Nin (10th c)[edit]

A 7,50 m high bronze statue by Ivan Meštrović (1927).

Churches and chapels[edit]

Near the palace[edit]

At city outskirts[edit]

Church of the Holy Trinity[edit]

9th century, pre-Romanesque, Sutroicin road

Church of Our Lady of Pojišan, Split[edit]

At Bacvice

St Nicholas, Marjan[edit]

National square[edit]

West of the Porta ferrea, with the former Town Hall built in 1443.

Architecture[edit]

The Gothic Town Hall[edit]

Ethnographic museum.

Milesi mansion (end of Renaissance)[edit]

Former Maritime museum. Bronze statue (2,65 m) of Marko Marulić, by Ivan Meštrović in 1924.

Prokurative (French period)[edit]

Croatian National Theater (Austrian period, 1893)[edit]

Markets[edit]

The Railway station[edit]

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Matejuška[edit]