Palace of Diocletian

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The Palace of Diocletian is an ancient Roman palace built between 295 and 305 ce at Split, Croatia, by the emperor Diocletian as his place of retirement. The palace constitutes the main part of a UNESCO World Heritage site that was designated in 1979. It is the largest and best-preserved example of Roman palatial architecture, representing a transitional style half Greek and half Byzantine.[1]

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